The numbers are finally in on the National Institute of Health sequester… and the results are pretty grim. With the 2013 budget cuts, the research community has been anxiously anticipating […]
Hey all! Today I had my first webinar, and I’m pretty proud of it. Check it out if you’re interested in bioinformatics software!
I adore Kickstarter, and find amazing independent projects on there every day. However, this has been the coolest crowd-sourced project I’ve seen in awhile. By using biological engineering technique combining […]
Happy DNA Day everybody! April 25th commemorates both the discovery of the double helix structure by Watson and Crick in 1953, as well as the completion of the Human Genome […]
Well, if this isn’t just about the coolest thing I’ve seen all week. The Cell Slider project is a super effective campaign to not only raise public awareness for breast […]
Today, the Supreme Court began its long anticipated hearing concerning the patenting of human genes. This particular case concerns biotech company Myriad Genetics and the final decision determine the future […]
I’ve done research in a lab within the Botany Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for close to two years now. Not only have I had great research experience (shout […]