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I am just catching up on Seth Godin’s blog – as usual his posts are short and poignant. This one struck a particular chord:“Hi, we’re here to take your project to places you didn’t imagine.With us on board, your project will now...
The KEGG database is an invaluable resource for biologists, bioinformaticians, clinical researchers, chemists etc. in general and has also been invaluable in some of my personal activities. KEGG is developed in the laboratory of Minoru Kanehisa who is now coming...
Image via WikipediaIn their editorial for the January Issue (you will need a Nature subscription to access this, altrenatively see the Sceptical Chymyst post here), the good folks at Nature Chemistry have reminded us that 2011 is the International Year of Chemistry:“The...

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Christmas is almost upon us and many are at home with their friends and family and looking forward to a few quiet days. Should you, however, not wish to forget about science althogether during this period, have a look at Prof Richard Wiseman’s (University...
Christmas is almost upon us and many are at home with their friends and family and looking forward to a few quiet days. Should you, however, not wish to forget about science althogether during this period, have a look at Prof Richard Wiseman’s (University...
Typical researcher spends 12.4 hours a week searching for information. Why not use Google? ‘Cause Google is not semantic.Go PubMed – Filter PubMed contents against all the terms in the Gene Ontology. If you use simple categorisation for information...

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