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 @HankGreelyLSJU: This week’s JAMA is on Genomic Medicine. Lots of stuff, much of interest (to me). http://t.co/vXrs6X9Z2I McGruie, McCullough, & Evans esp.
- RT @matthewherper: What Does This $14 Billion Merger Deal Mean For The Future Of DNA Sequencing? @Forbes http://t.co/nSq76L3iP9
- RT @NIHDirector: Just listened to Supreme Court arguments about gene patents — it was a science, business, and law smack down! Verdict in June? #NIH
- RT @DNApolicy: Links to the Myriad Supreme Court transcript and an argument summary here http://t.co/iR5ISYrbmO #Myriad #SCOTUS
- RT @razibkhan: New App Prevents Icelanders from Sleeping With their Relatives http://t.co/xzu8VxoLku
- RT @michaelhoffman: New FAQ on how to use the @ENCODE_NIH data for browser users and data downloaders. http://t.co/NgdS07adhJ
- RT @ProfBootyPhD: Will I ever get tired of Mark Ptashne kicking “epigenetics” in the nuts? No. http://t.co/vQD0yjixVI
- RT @tharris: Best hashtag: #workingwithfrancis; would add @timhortons MT “@bffo: New #job WebDev Team Content Editor http://t.co/WalrwCfbZA #oicr”
- RT @sangerinstitute: We’re running an online survey that is trying to capture public attitudes on the use of #genetic information. http://t.co/6CT4p58xzD
Am I allowed to be offended when a job vacancy mail (for a professorship in Bioinformatics) starts with "Dear sirs"?
— Joke Reumers (@JokeReumers) April 16, 2013