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 @erlichya: Is ELSI over-hyped? http://t.co/2PmihiqfB1 #OA @GenomeMedicine IMHO paper could benefit from pre-1945 citations if you know what I mean.
- RT @DrKhouryCDC: Eight recommendations to transform epidemiology for 21st century medicine & public health @NCIepi http://t.co/oBEXXKdXwG
- RT @genomicslawyer: My guest post at @LawATMultiverse on Mutant Discrimination: GINA, Genetics & How Professor Xavier is Breaking the Law http://t.co/z52nD7z3Gi
- RT @mitramith: Nice flowchart for quick reference. “@figshare: RNA-seq Workflows and Tools: http://t.co/fa3QjEax0U #statistics #bioinformatics”
- Via BBC: First beaver spotted at a Perthshire loch in 400 years is given a DNA test
- RT @SAGRudd: Platyfish genome provides insights into evolutionary adaptation & complex traits = #LooksNothingLikeAPlatypus @ http://t.co/THmJUklpUs
- RT @caseybergman: Hey tweeps headed to #DROS2013, please spread the word about @fly_papers as an easy way to keep up with new #drosophila papers in PubMed
- RT @cwvhogue: new post: Ten steps to accelerate your #bioinformatics lab with undergraduate trainees.
- RT @mbeisen: I saw a clip of @NeilShubin in upcoming “Your Inner Fish” – on @PBS in Spring 2014 http://t.co/gZISV6LM9Q – and it was amazing.
- RT @dgmacarthur: Rambling but important article from Ioannidis: http://t.co/VENExpBXWL If you want to do real science, learn from GWAS.
- RT @joe_pickrell: These authors seem to be completely astounded that they were able to replicate GWAS hits from @23science http://t.co/7WKJ1wZZKh