Over at The Molecular Ecologist, I discuss a new paper that exemplifies how we’re going to be studying the genetics of adaptation in the age of high-throughput DNA sequencing—even if it doesn’t quite live up to that promise. It’s a … Continue reading →
This week, Will and Norm are joined by Veronica Belmont to discuss fine dining in Portland, the merits of drinking vinegar, the board and video games of XOXO, the sale of Minecraft to Microsoft, rumored (now confirmed) new Kindles, and the current status of Norm's large bowel. Enjoy!
Categories: QuickiesSugar substitutes linked to obesity – “This is the first work to suggest that sweeteners might be exacerbating metabolic disease, and that this might happen through the gut microbiome, the ...(Read more...)
An overview of FDA-approved new molecular entities: 1827–2013Kinch et al. Drug Discovery Today. A Good Death — Ebola and SacrificeMugele and Priest. NEJM.Open Access to Clinical Trials DataKrumholz and Peterson. Journal of the American Medical Association.Analysis of “Real World” Sovaldi® (sofosbuvir) Use and Discontinuation RatesBrennan et al. Published by CVS Health $CVSAngiotensin–Neprilysin Inhibition versus Enalapril in Heart FailureMcMurray […]
The Office of Research Integrity (ORI) has ruled in a case we’ve been following for nearly two years — and which seems to have been launched after Retraction Watch readers took a careful look at figures from what seemed to be an unrelated case. Takao Takahashi and Makato Suzuki, both former postdocs at a cancer […]