Index

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Aperture Science Journal Club
Speculating on the science in speculative fiction.
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Aptiv Solutions
Blog about the medical device, diagnostics, and pharmaceutical industry, specifically in the areas of clinical trials, regulatory affairs, and adaptive design.
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Biofortified
Biofortified's volunteer authors are devoted to providing factual information and fostering discussion about agriculture, especially plant genetics and genetic engineering.
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Biology Bytes
Exploring life one tidbit at a time
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Bioneering
No summary available for this site.
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Biotech Bitchfest
No summary available for this site.
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BiotechDueDiligence
This site is a comprehensive resource for biotech enthusiasts, including investors, researchers, media, etc. You'll find information about drug discovery and development, the FDA approval process, and loads of links and information about specific drugs and biotech companies.
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Blog @ Illumina- Real Scientists, Real Commentary
At Illumina, we apply innovative technologies for studying genetic variation and function, making studies possible that were not even imaginable just a few years ago. These amazing studies are what we're blogging about.
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CoreGenomics
Some comments and analysis from the exciting and fast moving world of Genomics. This blog focusses on next-generation sequencing and microarray technologies, although it is likely to go off on tangents from time-to-time
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CTC Engineer
Using circulating tumor cells to understand cancer from an engineering perspective.
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DNA Science Blog
Genetics in context
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Dogs on Ice
a science blog by Cristina Russo
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Dreaming the Future
Innovation for a Better World - a blog about how innovation in life sciences, agriculture and computing are changing our world for the better.
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Druggable NMR
A look at NMR techniques in the Drug Discovery process, as well as a wider consideration of the therapeutic landscape
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E3 Engaging Epigenetics Experts
E3 is a scientific social network for epigenetics experts, set up to aid progress in the frontier of epigenetics. The E3 blog promotes discussions and collaborations in the community. It will also help you keep up with the latest epigenetics news, techniques, organizations, conferences and seminars.
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E3: Engaging Epigenetics Experts Scientific Network
A sometimes entertaining, but always engaging way to keep up with the latest epigenetics news, techniques, organizations, conferences and seminars pertinent to your work.
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EpiBeat
The latest in Epigenetics News EpiBeat provides you with the latest in epigenetics news. Scientists at Zymo Research love epigenetics, and they highlight some of their favorite new research and developments in the field of epigenetics here on this site. Check back regularly so you never miss a beat!
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Eureka
Eureka is a place for scientific professionals from Charles River to talk about their ideas, inspirations, scientific knowledge, passions and pursuits. Eureka is a forum for inspired scientists to connect and show a deep appreciation for everything scientific. We want you to think, re-think, and share in our “Eureka moments.”
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European Biotechnologist
I would like this site to be a place were principal investigators, graduate students and lab technicians interact, asking for help from one another and hopefully helping others along the way. The blog will have many types of posts including technical posts, video tutorials, webinars, fun posts and general interest stories. But most importantly, I would like to be responsive to the requests of our readership (or should I say contributorship?) and let the discussion go wherever you want to take them. I will endeavor to post content 3-5 times per week so you should be sure to visit often.
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Fancy Beans
I'm a non-scientist writing mostly about agricultural and food science including pesticides and genetic engineering. I also sometimes write about how non-scientist members of the public can better understand science.
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Free Biotechnology Notes
My blog is an effort to explain the various biotechnology concepts in a simplified, self explanatory way along with good diagrams. Degree students of various universities and colleges can also use these notes for their curriculum as they are well formatted and made with great effort. i have looked up into various books and have gone through loads of websites to compile all the notes. so, in nutshell a consistent and serious effort has been made. students and even teachers can find various concepts and subjects in one blog and they can even brush up their basics , if they ever struggle!!! Last but not the least i am open to comments and suggestions. GOOD LUCK AND HAPPY LEARNING!
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Free Biotechnology Notes
This blog is a little effort to make biotechnology concepts simplified to all the students in the degree classes from all the universities.I took the initiative to make concise and well formulated notes supported with the diagrams.I have struggled a lot in making notes and searching for the concepts by digging library books and surfing various sites. All i want is to create one place where you can look up to biotechnology notes and rely upon them as i have put up a lot of effort on them.
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From The Lab Bench
Inspiring the education of science to non-scientists and scientists alike. Most of the fundamental ideas of science are essentially simple, and may, as a rule, be expressed in a language comprehensible to everyone (Albert Einstein)
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Genetic Linkage
Genetic Linkage explores the biotech, genetics/genomics, and health stories that the media miss or misinterpret; connects the seemingly unconnected; champions people living with rare diseases; and covers anything particularly strange. Ricki Lewis is a widely-published science writer and author with a PhD in genetics.
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Genome Engineering
Genome Engineering started in 2010, and monitors the latest changes and updates in genome engineering, aiming to educate and sometimes to entertain. This platform aims to connect people around the world who are interested in genome engineering. It includes news and in-depth features on genome engineering, and practical tips and tricks, as well as the odd light-hearted look at genome engineering.
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genomeboy
No summary available for this site.
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HSP90 Inhibitors Central
A site dedicated to the cancer drug class targeting Heat Shock Protein 90 (HSP90). Featuring drug discovery, clinical development, business transaction, conference presentations, etc related to these drugs including ganetespib, AT13387, retaspimycin, 17-AAG and more.
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Just Me and Eubacteria
A blog about microbiology, molecular biology, and synthetic biology. Commentary on science news, reviews of primary research, and everything in between.
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leahcanscience
The real science behind science fiction. How close are we to curing ageing, controlling memory, and teleporting.
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Lifes a biotech
No summary available for this site.
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