I stayed up late last night to see if I’d have health care this morning, and I got off schedule. But off we go–still insured!
This Friday includes the first ever tardigrade protein structure! It’s bigger on the inside–wait, no, wrong thing. Human wise, we have recreational genomics apps, and we have recreational genomics consequences. Epigenetic shampoo (seriously). Students and biotechnology issues, how are they thinking about the topics? Maize and Mars. Dead bovine DNA. Live cheese microbes. Hungry yet?
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…
— Protein Data Bank (@PDBeurope) July 28, 2017
— Antonio Regalado (@antonioregalado) July 24, 2017
She thought she was Irish — until a DNA test opened a 100-year-old mystery https://t.co/N7CR3CDfzt
— mem_somerville (@mem_somerville) July 27, 2017
— pilarcubas (@pilarcubas) July 24, 2017
— Frank N. Foode (@franknfoode) July 24, 2017
— UW–Madison Science (@UWMadScience) July 24, 2017
Bioinformatics: indispensable, yet hidden in plain sight? https://t.co/USADf9I523
— Stephen Turner (@genetics_blog) July 26, 2017
Cool-ass project you should fund: a step toward finding evidence of life on Mars https://t.co/sY4xifyAOd
— The Vexed Muddler (@vexedmuddler) July 27, 2017
— UCSD BioSciences (@ucsdbiosciences) July 25, 2017
— New Scientist (@newscientist) July 27, 2017