While I use many of Google’s online tools, WordPress is my preferred blogging engine. So here it is. Freelancing Science blog. A place to discuss and share issues of protein analysis and evolution, bioinformatics tools and tricks, and finally the open science. I hope you’ll enjoy this site.
About this site
- "Freelancing science" is a blog about biology in silico, data visualization and open science. Written by Paweł Szczęsny.
- Contact: pawel at FreelancingScience dot com
Original content of this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License, unless stated otherwise.
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- Synthetic biology is not engineering, it's a programming
- Blender in visualization of molecules
- Open projects
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- You Bought It. Does That Make it Yours to Sell? pulse.me/s/jK0CF via @HarvardBiz 2 months ago
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- Quantification of mRNA and protein and integration with protein turnover in a bacterium
- 07/20/11 PHD comic: 'Intellectual Freedom'
- [News & Analysis] Psychology: Searching for the Google Effect on People's Memory
- Epigenome-wide association studies for common human diseases
- How to waste public money in one easy step…
- Genome sequence and analysis of the tuber crop potato
- Differential Producibility Analysis (DPA) of Transcriptomic Data with Metabolic Networks: Deconstructing the Metabolic Response of M. tuberculosis.
- Learning: Not Just the Facts, Ma'am, but the Counterfactuals as Well.
- The neural basis of following advice.
- How stands the Tree of Life a century and a half after The Origin?
- Galaxy LIMS for next-generation sequencing
- Stupid Python tricks, #3296: sorting a dictionary by its values
- Functional and evolutionary implications of gene orthology
- A Computational Model Predicting Disruption of Blood Vessel Development
- Bayesian hierarchical model of protein binding microarray k-mer data reduces noise and identifies transcription factor subclasses and preferred k-mers
- The Subread aligner: fast, accurate and scalable read mapping by seed-and-vote
- Leaving home ain´t easy: Protein export systems in Gram-positive bacteria.
- Business, Competition, and Corruption-Becker
- Business Ethics—Posner
- Drug-company data vaults to be opened.
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