Friday SNPpets

Welcome to our Friday feature link collection: SNPpets. During the week we come across a lot of links and reads that we think are interesting, but don’t make it to a blog post. Here they are for your enjoyment…

  • Geekiest New Year’s wish I saw:  RT @pathogenomenick: Happy New Year genomopeeps! May 2012 bring you long reads and low error rates! [Mary]
  • RT @kshameer: RT @tharris: Great interview with E. Lander: Broad Institute Director Finds Power in Numbers: http://nyti.ms/uKXfDz #bioinformatics #bigdata [Mary]
  • RT @westr: NIH & NCHPEG create free online genetics resource:  http://1.usa.gov/wdBTtF See, for example, “Constructs of #Race” http://bit.ly/A54zgZ #pm101 [Mary]
  • Royal Society wants input from tool developers: RT @digitalsci: “Digital tools for the scientific endeavor” – Royal Society blog, on @digitalsci, @figshare +changing the way research is done bit.ly/AmKR1N [Mary]
  • Giggle (sadly) RT @phylogenomics: Daily Life in an Ivory Basement : The Top Ten Things I Hate About Your Bioinformatics Software http://fb.me/1fzHqA0HN [Mary]
  • Oh, sure, jump to the top of the alphabetical order…. RT @NucDiv: ABrowse – A customizable next-generation genome browser framework http://flpbd.it/0L8C  [Mary]
  • RT @sciencepodcasts: New Podcast: Beyond Seabiscuit: Genome project explores race horse and human health http://ow.ly/1gyBG6 [Mary]