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…

  • Moose-ome. Snorf. RT @edyong209: Carl, I feel the 1st symptoms of YAMS. RT @carlzimmer The moose-ome: http://t.co/PMthUQaI Notably similar to the microbes in termite guts.
  • Giggle: RT @tinyhonkshus: Man, computer scientists write a lot of smug shit about ‘life scientists’ in bioinformatics papers.
  • RT @neilfws: Bookmarked: The Ruby UCSC API: accessing the UCSC genome database using Ruby http://t.co/2YxbrPKV
  • RT @Alexbateman1: The Sanger Institute has a new blog. Its highlighting a paper from my lab at the moment:  http://t.co/SM338oJe
  • RT @drbachinsky: NIH launches new genetics education resource http://t.co/m8pLQSOg
  • RT @DrCraigMc: For the morning crowd :On the freshly sequenced bivalve genome: Can Bivalves Kick It? Yes they can! http://t.co/x3NGssaG #DeepSN
  • RT @Albertagael: Happy 146th Birthday today to the late founder of modern genetics, Thomas Hunt Morgan.  A giant whose shoulders we all still stand on.
  • RT @jxtx: What a good idea! GM: bioinformatics tools shouldn’t be usable only by informaticians. Our target audience should be biologists. #btg2012
  • More like this please–locally special species + educational sequencing project = parrot genome! RT @GigaScience: Just out in #gigascience: Genome empowerment for the Puerto Rican parrot – Amazona vittata http://t.co/E4r2XXRV