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Missing Links

Time for a brief update. School of Biosciences collaborator Britt Koskella has now entered the wonderful world of blogging; she has posted quite a bit already on Nature’s Microcosm, including a paean to GoogleScholar (which I completely agree with). Although … Continue reading

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Missing Links

I have added new links to three interesting microbiology blogs. rrresearch by Rosie Redfield is cool because she writes updates about all stages of her research on competence in Haemophilus (from ideas to grant writing, lab work and publishing papers). … Continue reading

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Missing Links: Of Bacteria and Men

This site is sloooooowly catching on and was found by one of my ex-colleagues at the Netherlands Institute of Ecology, Robin Tecon, now postdoccing at the University of California, Davis. Robin has also caught the blogging virus and has recently … Continue reading

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Missing links: the Eisen brothers

As I haven’t actually moved to Cornwall yet (that’ll be the 10th of January), I’ll keep the blog going with posts not directly related to my own research. And since the blogroll on the right is pretty short it is … Continue reading

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missing links: Discover Magazine Blogs

Every once in a while we’ll post a link to a cool website dealing with science and/or the environment. First pick is a website that is actually a collection of websites: Discover Magazine has a webportal with a bunch of … Continue reading

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