Originally posted on The MolBio Hut:
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This cute bear wants to publish his paper after 10 months of hard work and he faces the scientific publishing business and their restrictions…. “I’m so mad right now, I could through a marshmallow at you”. Best quote ever! ? (h/t @sciencecomedian)
Going through my free writing notes from last year, I came across this.It remains a blessing to me every time I re-read it. I believe it will be to you as well. I am His masterpiece and that is enough. What does this mean for me? What impact does this have on me? I am His masterpiece. […]
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Originally posted on The Science Web:
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SWITZERLAND. After yet another case of doctored gels identified in high impact publications, molecular biologists have finally admitted that there are only 3 genuine gel images in the world. “It’s time to come clean” said Olivier Voinnet, an expert with Adobe Photoshop. “There are only 3 real, genuine gel…
These lives matter #147notjustanumber #GarissaAttack pic.twitter.com/W4mKzZHoIp — VICTOR NDULA (@ndula_victor) April 5, 2015 It is very easy to overlook the agony and suffering of the #Garisaattack victims until face and name is connected with the statistics. Until you can put yourself in the shoes of that student or the family. The twitter hashtag #147notjustanumber did it […]
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Is publish or perish the cause of these errors? Where research is more focused on getting a paper out that validations and checks are ignored. Recent ongoing controversy on contamination of cell lines and how thousands of peer review papers continue to be published based on these cell-lines cast doubt on the effectiveness of peer […]
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Finally somebody explained why I doodle. They actually help my thinking. So next time you catch me doodling, dont disturb! Thinking in progress. So here is a sample of some of my doodles. No idea what was going through my mind here, but trust me, it must have been serious science. I realised that I had […]
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We all know that nothing comes without a cost. All our actions have costs and outcomes. A business person (successful) will do a cost benefit analysis before committing to an investment. Our freedom fighters knew the cost of their struggle–death, detention, torture etc–and they were ready to pay. Most importantly, they knew the benefit of […]
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Acts 17:11 Now the Berean Jews were of more noble character than those in Thessalonica, for they received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scriptures every day to see if what Paul said was true.(NIV) The Berean Jews searched the original source (Bible) to confirm what Paul was saying. However, few are noble […]
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Congratulations to the Glossina Genome Initiative for the paper; “Genome Sequence of the Tsetse Fly (Glossina morsitans): Vector of African Trypanosomiasis” that just published in the Science. Special thanks to Geoffrey M. Attardo and Serap Aksoy for leading the team to this great achievement. This work is of great significance to Africa. Tsetse flies, are the only vectors […]
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