The Northumberland and Durham Rock Art Pilot project has released a new website cataloguing England’s Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Rock art. There’s some truly beautiful pieces shown there – this is my favorite:
The Daily Mail also has an article on this project.
What can you say, but just.. wow:
From its inception, GenBank has doubled in size about every 18 months. The traditional GenBank divisions contain over 80 billion nucleotide bases from more than 76 million individual sequences, with 15 million new sequences added in the past year. Contributions from Whole Genome Shotgun (WGS) projects supplement [...]
The Encyclopedia of Life has gone online. Unfortunately, she’s currently dead in the water:
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Fortunately, Carl Zimmer has [...]
Simply beautiful -
We present a visualization of all the nouns in the English language arranged by semantic meaning. Each of the tiles in the mosaic is an arithmetic average of images relating to one of 53,463 nouns. The images for each word were obtained using Google’s Image Search and [...]
I’d like to be the first to welcome Alexei Drummond’s research group to the world blogging arena. Their new blog, Computational Biology and Evolution, proposes to be “a heady mix of computational science, evolutionary biology and other things that matter”.
Alexei’s interests are:
Statistical models and algorithms for understanding biomolecular sequence evolution, structure and [...]