Category Archives: Culture Friday

Open Lab 2010

One of the best kept secrets in the blogging world is the annual collection of blog posts, the Open Laboratory book, brainchild of blogfather Bora Zivkovic. Continue reading

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Failomics

Why is science so darned difficult? It's not simply that it takes a lot of hard work and concentrated brain power to really understand even basic scientific principles, but--for experimental scientists, at least--experiments have a tendency to fail in a way that doesn't provide any useful information. Continue reading

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Bugs on the boob tube

Far be it from us here at The Scientist to recommend that you sit in front of the idiot box when you undoubtedly have so much work to do, but. Continue reading

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Rock on, geek out

Are you a geek? Are you chic? Can you rock with the best of them? Check it out now. Continue reading

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Cancer, stories and poetry

It might seem strange to run a series called 'The Art of Oncology', especially if you're the Journal of Clinical Oncology. Continue reading

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Down in the Tube Station at Midnight

I'm going to do something a little more serious for this week's Culture Friday. Continue reading

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The smallest video competition ever

Here at F1000 Towers we're big fans of Nikon's Small World competition. Continue reading

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Visual science

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="288" caption="Equinox Graphics"][/caption]Look on my works, ye mighty, and despair The International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge was created by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and Science to celebrate the tradition of science illustration—from Leonardo da Vinci to the present day—and to encourage its continued growth and relevance. Continue reading

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Stuck on you

As promised, a fishy Valentine's greeting from Ray Troll: Listen through for some serious biology about these lovely little suckers, "the cutest fish in the entire sea. Continue reading

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Your momma was a lobefinned fish

It's Valentine's Day on Monday, and Darwin's Birthday on Saturday. Continue reading

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