Monthly Archives: July 2014

Botcasting: Listening to your Journal Feeds

If you’ve worked at a lab before, you’ve no doubt noticed a certain rhythm to the day. People come in early, setup their experiments, and by 10 the experiments for the day are underway, and the scientists are working on … Continue reading

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A Pocketful of Rye

Unlike the Agatha Christie mystery referred to in the title of this piece, there are some mysteries that seem to defy a single answer.  One of those mysteries is how most scientists manage to keep up-to-date given the growing avalanche of developments in their … Continue reading

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Google IO, Schemas, and the Network of BioThings

Last week’s Google IO conference came with a slew of announcements, and videos, but perhaps the most interesting idea, wasn’t accompanied by a flashy announcement.  It did have some intriguing video’s though.  The first of which is shown below. Building a … Continue reading

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