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 @moorejh: #datascience RT @gawbul: Are graph databases ready for #bioinformatics? http://t.co/RYwcb4P1Tf
- RT @genome_gov: Read about Larry Brody’s new role as head of NHGRI’s Division of Genomics and Society http://t.co/FpCy9ZKi4u #ELSI http://t.co/YHsnyFtm3H
- RT @genetics_blog: Functional transcriptomics in the post-ENCODE era http://t.co/OmbWDqihmj via @kbradnam blog http://t.co/nakAGrx0cO #bioinformatics
- RT @c_s_hardtke: Genomicists, I respect your work. But can anything beat a mutant screen for getting to gene functions & networks? NO!!! #results #enthusiasm
- RT @erlichya: We just posted a bioRvix paper on the genetics of a rare face malformation. http://t.co/KltueqeYe3 Why? Medical geneticists should know NOW.
- RT @andrewsu: SuLabBlog: The Network of BioThings http://t.co/TdQJO4G38c
- RT @GenomeNathan: @DanGraur Are you suggesting Svante has hired Denisovan lab techs?
- RT @radaniba: “@bioinformer: Comparison of software for detecting diff expression in #RNAseq studies http://t.co/SQ3sLfZg5e #ngs #bioinformatics”
Heh. Holiday themed species again:
— Ensembl (@ensembl) December 6, 2013