Showing posts from 2006

PLoS One Beta is released - a new way to publish and discuss scientific papers

Check out Open Reading Frame Blog on Open Data

Microbes, Minerals, and the Environmen - Abelson Lectures

Science and Education Win Another Round ...

HYG101 - A Short story about Neanderthal Genomics, written in 1998

Open Access Darwin?

Announcement: Thinking Small: Microbial Diversity and Its Role in Conservation - The Center for Biodiversity and Conservation's 12th Annual Symposium

What can you do to prevent the execution of health care workers in Libya?

Classic papers in genetics and evolution that are available in Pubmed Central - Paper 1 - Luria and Delbruck on the origin of mutations

Petco as a surrogate for a museum

Amgen Tour of California Coming Through Davis

Passing of a Legend - Esther Lederberg

The Davis Toy Library

Shameless Self Promotion

M2O - Life on Mars

Difficult times in predicting flu evolution suggested by recent paper

Has your scientific research been wasted?

Vic Fazio Yolo Wildlife Area - A Stunning Place 5 Minutes from Davis

What is that NEXTgencode Advertising on My Site

A call for Open Access supporters to favor grant proposals from researchers promising Open Access publishing

Kofi Annan urges restrictions onf biotechnology

Neanderthals and Humans

Evolution Pumpkins

Long's Drug's Plant Graveyard

UC Davis Research Blog

Hidden Gem in Davis - Farmer's Kitchen Cafe

Sea Urchin Genome and the Ridiculous Evolutionary Claims of Genome Researchers

Paramecium whining

Flu Evolution Revisited and Biology Direct's Foray into Open Peer Review

Evolution and Politics

The latest genomics buzz

Science Lobbying - The role of science in politics and vice versa - Scientists and Engineers for America

Genomics Education Bus

Harvard Crimson changes its mind - supports PLoS One

World's Smallest Genome of a Cellular Organism?

Harvard Crimson Editorial Update

Open Access Biology highlights - The Intriguing Life of Endosymbionts

Harvard Crimson PLoS One "Commentary"