News :: The Northern Light Newspaper for Blaine... →
Arguing Over the Epigenome | The Daily Scan |... →
Zanzibar Shellfish Farming Blog →
features dispatches from Rick Karney
Open Notebook Science: Interview with Jean-Claude... →
Don’t forget that this Wednesday if the first ever SAFS PBR Challenge
Venture launched to genetically boost aquaculture... →
Dr. Julian Olden of SAFS discusses freshwater...
College of the Environment reels in College of... →
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Oysters, Fjords, and Genomics | The Daily Scan |... →
DAYLIGHT LOW TIDES
Thursday, April 1st - Big Beef Creek (N. Hood Canal), 9:00am departure. Low (enough) tide: 10:00am. Will be back in Seattle by 2 at the latest. Friday, April 2nd - North Puget Sound (Samish Bay and Drayton Harbor), 11:00am departure. Low tide at 1:00pm at Samish - then sample at Drayton Harbor. Will be back in Seattle around 8pm. Saturday, April 3rd - South Puget Sound (Lynch Cove and North...
NOAA Aquaculture Program Newletter →
Sea change « Ocean acidification →
UW to Use GenoLogics Geneus for Next-Gen... →
galaxy uploads - SEQanswers →
Epigenome NoE - protocol: Methylated DNA... →
My Favorite Gene Websites →
If you missed the MFG websites from FISH546 earlier in the quarter, you can check them all out here.
Caroline’s ground breaking work on IDing non-synonymous SNPs (via fish546)
Sneak Peak at slides on Herring SNP discovery for SNP III
5-Methylcytosine is more prone to transition than unmethylated cytosine, due to...– Transition (genetics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Mary Gates Scholars have just been been announced and the SAFS Undergrads have represented our department VERY well! Research Scholars: Annemarie Ansley Friday Harbor Labs: Climate Change and Costal Marine Organisms Jeff Benca Morphometrics analyses on the Mid-Devonian lycopsid genus Leclercqia from the Chilliwack group, WA Lauren Colpo Friday Harbor Labs:...
Wikispaces Blog →
check back here Thursday for feature on Roberts Lab wiki!
Novel (and exciting) C gigas genes
Please go here to see table of genes from NGS effort that are not in public database. This is editable so I would encourage all to go in an highlight the coolest and/or make a comment in the appropriate field. SR
Where’s the Prof?: Twitter Feeds for Your Office... →
more RNA →
A question and answer site for bioinformatics →