On Sunday, I participated in a panel discussion of the ENCODE project and issues related to it, with the folks from ScienceSunday via Google+ Hangouts. Ian Bosdet and I joined hosts Rajini Rao, Buddhini Samarasinghe, and Scott Lewis. to talk about ENCODE and make it accessible to those without a decade of post-graduate training in genomics If you have a spare 78 minutes, the discussion can be viewed on YouTube.
public noticesYou can see Michele and her art at the BAZAART marketplace on Saturday, 29 November at the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore, MD.
Eva was interviewed by Times Higher Education about using Twitter productively as part of an academic life.
Mike discusses #shirtstorm & sexism in science, at Pacific Standard.
Science for The People talks about psychopathy with Dr. Kent Kiehl.
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- Sometimes you should read commenta. Cambridge Library took the time to explain why they cant share Darwin more freely thefinchandpea.com/2014/11/24/dar… 6 hours ago
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- If we brought back T. rex & you were going to cook one for #Thanksgiving, you are going to want to braise the thighs thefinchandpea.com/2014/11/24/tha… 1 day ago
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