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…

  • RT @marc_rr: Science code manifesto: available, cited, maintained MT @JeanFred: @marc_rr @cafe_sciences @sophiemaheo Oui. :-) http://t.co/gZTgpJqr
  • RT @cwvhogue: RT “@ctitusbrown: Dear Abby: Why can’t we hire computational biologists? http://t.co/rRDO2m3N”. Exactly.
  • RT @DrKillgrove: Creepy or cool?  (I’m going with creepy.) Found DNA Creates 3-D Portraits of Strangers : Discovery News http://t.co/gJ4qNEDs
  • RT @iddux: R”The order of authorship was determined from a twenty-five-game croquet series” http://t.co/lZST2oqN <– most reasonable strategy yet
  • RT @replicatroy: BGI’s Young Chinese Scientists Will Map Any Genome http://t.co/CooqC7rv via @BW
  • Wow: “rRNA signatures were recovered from plants and diatoms in marine sediments ranging from 0.03 to 2.7 million years old” RT @BiddleLab: Our new paper on subsurface fungi: http://t.co/bNXMjOJu
  • RT @DoctorZen: The power of pastiche: new critique of poster by @bioinformatics! http://t.co/E3vDs7jH New at Better Posters!
  • OMG–they do…. RT @legionella: @surt_lab – Good one! We’ve had a diminutive researcher doing gnomics in my lab for about 2 years now. http://t.co/k922p5TJ
  • For some great hashtag fun, check out the #DeNovoVol1Issue2 collection. These are proposed titles for the next volume of the journal that published the Sasquatch genome work.