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Cite this (A Lady Scientist, RRID:SCR_000567)

URL: http://www.labspaces.net/view_blog.php?ID=581

Resource Type: Resource, blog, narrative resource, data or information resource

A Lady Scientist chronicles the author's journey through grad school and navigating the so-called Two Body Problem. The author, Amanda (at) Lady Scientist, is a recent Ph.D. graduate in biochemistry and molecular biology.

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Cite this (BioPortfolio, RRID:SCR_005230)

URL: http://www.bioportfolio.com/

Resource Type: Resource, blog, database, narrative resource, portal, data or information resource, job resource

BioPortfolio is a leading news, information and knowledge resource covering the global life science industries impacted on by biotechnology. The site aims to provide the lay person, the researcher and the management executive with a single location to source core information on specific bio-related topics, to collate relevant data associated with each topic and to point the user to relevant knowledge resources. We publish up to the minute news (see biotechnology news categories) and regularly update content across our information databases. BioPortfolio promotes and sells market research and management reports from 30+ publishers. In addition our unique corporate database lists 40,000+ companies and organizations. BioPortfolio aims to bring together high quality information about marketed drugs - medication and relevant clinical trials, research papers and recent news from PubMed, ClinicalTrials.gov, and DailyMed. Additionally, resources include biotech, pharma and medical job listings. When the BioPortfolio site was launched in February 1997 the company aimed to provide a global free-to-use resource with defined aims and mission statement: to meet the increasing demand of consumers, scientists, investors, commerce and government for timely, accurate and commercially useful information and intelligence on biotechnology companies, technologies and products world-wide. Driven by the success of the site we have made major investments and improvements to enhance our content and to apply the latest web technologies to improve functionality and site utility. We believe this unique depth and breadth of content is supporting individuals, organizations and policy-makers to become more aware of the role of biotechnology on the global economy. With 97,000 users visiting the site more than once per month we are confident that we are providing information our users need. We hope you the users find the site of value for both personal and professional reasons. Please enjoy this free resource and email your comments!

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Cite this (Cassandras Tears, RRID:SCR_005229)

URL: http://ogremk5.wordpress.com/

Resource Type: Resource, blog, narrative resource, data or information resource

Science, Technology, Education, Government, and anti-woo. Cassandra had the gift of seeing the future, but the curse of having no one believe her.

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Cite this (CENtral Science, RRID:SCR_000652)

URL: http://cenblog.org/

Resource Type: Resource, blog, narrative resource, data or information resource

Blogs for all things chemistry, hosted by Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN) magazine, where you will find blogs written by both C&EN staff and non-staff contributors on topics ranging from jobs to natural products chemistry to safety to the businesses of chemistry. CENtral Science currently includes the following blogs: * Artful Science: C&EN science writer Sarah Everts peers in to the laboratories that help museums and galleries authenticate, conserve, and restore art and artifacts. * Cleantech Chemistry: C&EN business writer Melody Voith looks at the business and technology strategies of companies that hope to serve the world's need for renewable energy, sustainable agriculture, clean water, and non-polluting manufacturing and transportation, among other cleantech sectors. * IYC 2011: CENtral Science's home for all things IYC 2011. * Just Another Electron Pusher: Contributors Christine Herman and Glenn Ernst profile people who've pursued professions away from the bench. They also write about their own personal quests for satisfying jobs that use their degrees but may not involve running any %$@& columns. * Newscripts: The companion blog to the like-named weekly C&EN column. Written primarily by C&EN science writers Lauren Wolf and Beth Halford, with contributions from the C&EN staff. * Terra Sigillata: Molecular cancer pharmacologist David Kroll writes about natural products, focusing on chemistry and pharmaceutical issues. * The Chemical Notebook: C&EN business writer Alex Tullo shares interesting tidbits from his reporter's notebook. * The Editor's Blog: The companion blog to the weekly print column by editor-in-chief Rudy Baum and deputy editor-in-chief Maureen Rouhi. * The Haystack: C&EN business writer Lisa Jarvis and science writer Carmen Drahl weed through pharma's molecular mountain to pluck out the drug developments worth noting. Also features frequent contributions from SeeArrOh, a Ph.D chemist working in industry. * The Safety Zone: C&EN science writer Jyllian Kemsley and safety consultant Russ Phifer cover chemical safety issues in academic and industrial research labs and in manufacturing. * Transition States: A blog about undergrads, by undergrads. Chiral Jones, a senior working on organic chemistry, and Sidechain Bob, a junior in the field of chemical biology, tell their stories of the graduate school experience. Over time, some blogs will retire and others will be added. Their blog network is intentionally a small one, and bloggers are added on an invitation basis. Proposals or blog suggestions may be submitted. It's not a community without your voice, so please contribute either as a commenter or a blogger.

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Cite this (Daring Nucleic Adventures - genegeek, RRID:SCR_005215)

URL: http://www.labspaces.net/DNA

Resource Type: Resource, blog, narrative resource, data or information resource

Hi. I''m genegeek (aka Catherine Anderson). I realized during my PostDoc that I preferred learning and explaining new results to doing science so I started a non-traditional career of teaching and outreach. I''ll be using this space to explore public perception of genetics and other cool molecular biology stuff. I hope to add to the great discussions re: new science discoveries and general understanding of genetics. I''ve been running an outreach program and enjoy talking to non-experts about their opinions and understanding. I hope my enthusiasm for the topics can come through the screen. My posts are presented as opinion and commentary and do not represent the views of LabSpaces Productions, LLC, my employer, or my educational institution.

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Cite this (Discover Magazine, RRID:SCR_008787)

URL: http://discovermagazine.com/

Resource Type: Resource, blog, narrative resource, data or information resource

Popular science magazine which includes news and blogs on topics including Health & Medicine, Mind & Brain, Technology, Space, Human origins, Living World, Environment, and Physics & Math. NIF Indexes include: The Brain: DISCOVER blogger, columnist, and contributing editor Carl Zimmer''s monthly column will make your brain happy. Discover Interview: The magazine''s signature in-depth discussion with the leading lights of the world of science Vital Signs: A medical mystery, as written by the doctor involved.

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Cite this (Genomes Unzipped, RRID:SCR_006870)

URL: http://www.genomesunzipped.org/

Resource Type: Resource, narrative resource, source code, data set, blog, software resource, data or information resource

A group blog providing expert, independent commentary on the personal genomics industry. The goal of the project is to provide genetic testing consumers with independent and informed analysis of developments in the field of genetics and the genetic testing industry. Members of Genomes Unzipped include active researchers in various fields of genetics, as well as specialists in the legal and public health issues surrounding new genomic technologies. Many of us have also been extensively involved in public communication about genetics. Members of the group have had their DNA tested with a variety of products. We have released all of these genetic data openly to the public, both as raw data and in a custom genome browser. As the project proceeds we plan to obtain more genetic tests ?????? up to and including whole genome sequencing ?????? and to continue to release these data to the world. The group is also performing analyses of our own raw genetic data to illustrate fundamental concepts in genetics, using software written both by group members and other collaborators; and we??????ll be releasing the code for that software in our new code repository. As the project expands, we??????ll be looking to add data from other volunteers to the project, as well as to collaborate with other ??????genome hackers?????? on the development of new tools for exploring genetic data.

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Cite this (Inside NIA: A Blog for Researchers, RRID:SCR_012812)

URL: http://www.nia.nih.gov/research/blog

Resource Type: Resource, blog, narrative resource, data or information resource

Blog intended for grantees of the National Institute on Aging (NIA) at the NIH, as well as applicants for funding, those with an application in mind, application reviewers, and students pursuing careers in research on aging and Alzheimer's disease.

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Cite this (It Takes 30, RRID:SCR_006882)

URL: http://ittakes30.wordpress.com/

Resource Type: Resource, blog, narrative resource, job resource, data or information resource

Blog about the interests of the Department of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School. They use tools from physics, mathematics and computer science to help us better understand the behavior of biological systems, large and small. Jobs and postdoc positions are available under the corresponding categories. Interests: * Methods for quantitative measurement, and for data analysis. Although much is said about the flood of new data in biology, nearly every time you want to understand a biological system at a mathematical or mechanical level you find that the numbers you need most are missing. Measuring and extracting the parameters that describe key features of the system is a major interest. * Theoretical and computational methods that can cope with the special features of biological systems. Issues such as combinatorial complexity, stochasticity, and variation from individual to individual and tissue to tissue are hard to deal with using conventional tools. * Philosophies of modeling. How do we represent what we know about the system what level of abstraction is appropriate for a given question, what is important and what can be ignored? What are models useful for? * Evolution. One of the more useful tools to identify what''s important is evolution a comparison across species helps to show what is allowed to change and what is not. * Synthetic biology. If I understand it, can I build it? (And in any case, can I build useful stuff?) They will post thoughts about recent papers in the literature that they find interesting, news about the Department, and information about Department Alumni. Please check back frequently, and feel free to comment.

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Cite this (LabSpaces, RRID:SCR_005169)

URL: http://www.labspaces.net/index.php

Resource Type: Resource, blog, narrative resource, experimental protocol, portal, community building portal, data or information resource

LabSpaces.net is a social network for the scientific community designed to spread scientific news, maintain and create friendships, and harbor collaboration through the internet. The site serves as a web profile for researchers and labs, and is also a community for active communication in the sciences. Current Features LabSpaces offers a wide range of features that will attract and engage researchers. Some of these features include: A Science News feed updated daily with ~40 news articles, UserProfiles, Friends, A Messaging system, Groups, Lab Profiles with Lab members, Lab Picture albums, Collaboration Profiles, Science Discussion Forum, Publication Database, Protocol Database, and free Blogs upon request.

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Cite this (Law and Neuroscience, RRID:SCR_006155)

URL: http://lawneuro.org/blog/

Resource Type: Resource, blog, narrative resource, data or information resource

Blog that provides an on-line forum where the members of the MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Law and Neuroscience can share their ideas and interact with not only other researchers but also with the interested public more generally. One of the main goals of the blog is to provide a resource with information about cutting edge research at the cross-roads of neuroscience, law, and philosophy.

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Cite this (Mendelspod, RRID:SCR_009027)

URL: http://mendelspod.com/

Resource Type: Resource, narrative resource, blog, podcast, data or information resource

A collection of content, including podcasts and blogs, to advance life science research, connecting people and ideas in the life sciences. Mendelspod creates a space for probing conversations and deep insight into the topics and trends which shape the industry''s future and therefore our future as a species. The podcasts are engaging, thoughtful thirty minute shows twice a week on highly relevant topics to those working around the life sciences. Their format enables them to go in depth with scientists who are leaders in their field, or CEOs of high growth companies to explore trends and the latest technologies. At Mendelspod, they offer a front row seat to the revolution going on in biology, putting a human face on some complicated, highly technical topics. Here you can tune in to hear Steve Burrill give his ''state of the industry'' overview, or listen to George Church talk about art and science, or find out how the latest developments in NGS are helping in the war on cancer. The blogs cover the latest trends and products, and can be entertaining. Guest bloggers featured and welcomed.

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Cite this (Mind Hacks, RRID:SCR_000170)

URL: http://mindhacks.com/

Resource Type: Resource, blog, narrative resource, book, data or information resource

Mind Hacks: Neuroscience and psychology tricks to find out what's going on inside your brain. Mind Hacks is also a book by Tom Stafford and Matt Webb.

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Cite this (Naturally Selected, RRID:SCR_006572)

URL: http://blog.f1000.com/

Resource Type: Resource, blog, narrative resource, data or information resource

A blog presented by Faculty of 1000 highlighting and linking to the latest, greatest research recommended by F1000. Contributors include F1000 staff, freelance journalists, and scientists. We encourage readers to participate in the conversation via email to suggest topics and contribute guest posts.

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Cite this (Nature Network Blogs, RRID:SCR_005165)

URL: http://network.nature.com/blogs

Resource Type: Resource, blog, narrative resource, data or information resource

NOTE:Blogs hosted on Nature Network have now moved to new homes in the Nature Publishing Group network of blogs. We''''ve made these changes so that our bloggers can take advantage of improvements in blogging technology, and so that we can offer a better service to our colleagues and those who choose to blog with us. We are no longer hosting blogs on Nature Network itself. Nature Network Blogs are blogs posted by members of Nature Network, the professional networking website for scientists around the world. All features on Nature Network are completely free. All you need to do is create a profile.

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Cite this (neuropathology blog, RRID:SCR_006825)

URL: http://neuropathologyblog.blogspot.com/

Resource Type: Resource, blog, narrative resource, data or information resource

Blog by Brian E. Moore, MD, discussing issues pertaining to the practice of neuropathology -- including nervous system tumors, neuroanatomy, neurodegenerative disease, muscle and nerve disorders, ophthalmologic pathology, neuro trivia, neuropathology gossip, job listings and anything else that might be of interest to a blue-collar neuropathologist. Brian E. Moore, MD: Neuropathologist, Memorial Medical Center in Springfield, Illinois. Co-Chair, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine Department of Pathology.

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Cite this (Neurophilosophy, RRID:SCR_006514)

URL: http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/neurophilosophy

Resource Type: Resource, blog, narrative resource, data or information resource

Blog about molecules, minds and everything in between, written by Mo, a molecular and developmental neurobiologist turned science writer. He aims to produce well-written and easily accessible articles about all aspects of neuroscience, so that he might help to improve public understanding of it. This blog has been featured for two consecutive years in the Open Lab annual anthologies of the best science blogging. AFTER four years at ScienceBlogs.com, Neurophilosophy has moved to a new home. It is now hosted by The Guardian.

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Cite this (Neuroskeptic, RRID:SCR_005427)

URL: http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/neuroskeptic/

Resource Type: Resource, blog, narrative resource, data or information resource

A blog by a neuroscientist (United Kingdom) that takes a skeptical look at his own field, and beyond.

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Cite this (New York Times - Well, RRID:SCR_005220)

URL: http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/

Resource Type: Resource, blog, narrative resource, data or information resource

The New York Times Well is a blog by Tara Parker-Pope on the latest medical research and societal trends affecting your health. Healthy living doesn''t happen at the doctor''s office. The road to better health is paved with the small decisions we make every day. It''s about the choices we make when we buy groceries, drive our cars and hang out with our kids. Join columnist Tara Parker-Pope as she sifts through medical research and expert opinions for practical advice to help readers take control of their health and live well every day.

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    NIF Blog

Cite this (NIF Blog, RRID:SCR_001651)

URL: https://neuinfo.org/about/social

Resource Type: Resource, blog, narrative resource, data or information resource

Blog put out by the Neuroscience Information Framework covering a variety of neuroscience related topics including topics encountered by the Neuroscience Information Framework as a project.

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