NSA 2012 Conference
ShareJust arrived at #shellfish2012 in #Seattle. Should be a nice meeting and hoping for some good tweet coverage. #uwsmfs http://pic.twitter.com/C4BdmAoGSteven RobertsSun, Mar 25 2012 20:01:49ReplyRetweetShareJust submitted my master’s degree request! #multitasking #shellfish2012eleneMon, Mar 26 2012 14:39:54ReplyRetweetShare.@Emmabts presenting ocean #acidification...
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C-dogg's March Goals
I am posting my March goals to not only to be a good grad student, but as a means of publicly shaming/motivating my self into an epic flurry of productivity. However, before I rattle off my to-do list I would like to brag about my Friday Harbor High School Students winning the ORCA bowl this past Saturday! Woot woot! However, now that we have won the big prize and I have finished training elite...
Dave's March Goals
March is shaping up to be a doozie. The last week in March is starts my last quarter here at SAFS which also coincides with with the NSA meeting and the first week of TAing shellfish bio. Since I’m already a week late on posting my goals and the last week of March is pretty much a wash, I have about two and a half weeks to accomplish my goals for the month which are going to be pretty...
The Unlimited Scholarly Publication | figshare... →
As we have previously noted, traditional journals often have limits on the number of files that you can put into the paper, even as supplemental information.The use of figshare to break open the restraints of current traditional publishing models has been demonstrated this week in a publication in PLoS ONE….
Mac's March Goals
This month I am going to “start wrapping up” the high-throughput bisulfite sequencing data. It’s been pretty fun/challenging working with this data and trying out new software, but now I will be focusing on final analyses and finding the awesomest, prettiest, most informative way to visualize the results. I will also be working on logistics and set-up of an experiment to look...
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#SciFund Round 2
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Emma's March Goals
It’s so nice to be back in Seattle! I know Mac was beginning to go crazy, sitting in our office by herself, so I think I made it back just in time to pull her back from the brink. I’m hoping to get a lot done this month, but I already feel like it’s slipping away from me. I’ve been working on revisions of my oyster paper for Marine Biology this week so I should have it...
Science and Social Media by Christie Wilcox on Feb 22, 2012 Talk slides for talk presented at the University of Washington on February 13th, 2012. https://depts.washington.edu/coenv/news-blog/tag/cosee-olc/#.T0VNznJWrR8