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Jonathan Eisen

Jonathan Eisen

Evolutionary biologist, microbiology genomics researcher, cyclist, professor, and open access advocate at U. C. Davis
RT @RebeccaLave: Debunking the myth of the 80-hour academic work week, 'cause no one actually does that. via @AcademicsSay
RT @mattrussell_PhD: @phylogenomics ORNL had 5 on the list. Mentioned in local paper, clicked to see full list
@mattrussell_PhD ???? where did you see that?
Cheers and Jeers: Teaching our community to ‘dare greatly’ Davis Enterprise (nice to get covered in local paper)
The Tree of Life: Who are the contaminants in your sequencing project? (crosspost from #microBEnet)
From microBEnet: For those interested in metagenomics — a mash-up from The Scientist
At Long Last, You Can Buy LEGO's Female Scientist Minifigs via @TheMarySue h/t @ryneches
RT @DanGraur: Today's new term: "defaunation." Will only very small animals surivive the Anthropocene?
RT @datascimed: Kelly Chi talking about Hi-C metagenomics for The Scientist @phylogenomics
From microBEnet: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation podcast covers micro biomes of the built environment
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation podcast covers microbiomes of the built environment via @microBEnet
RT @mmbtox: @phylogenomics another great reason to not eat cheese :/ 'Casu Marzu: The Maggot Cheese of the Mediterranean'
RT @JessicaLeeGreen: Great to see #microbenet @phylogenomics @SloanFoundation highlighted by @pioneerrwjf Podcast on microbiomes & more
From microBEnet: Work of Rachel Dutton on a fascinating human-made microbial ecosystem – cheese rinds
RT @NPRHealth: How U.S. Hospitals Contain Deadly Germs Like Ebola Virus
Work of Rachel Dutton @racheljdutton on a fascinating human-made microbial ecosystem - cheese rinds via @microBEnet
RT @OtherSociology: Why we need more research on gender differences in #science blogging. @FromTheLabBench
RT @FromTheLabBench: Please send to science bloggers you know, "big" or "small"! #SciBlogger can I interview you? #MySciBlog
.@rocza @CIDRAP I figured it out ...
RT @rocza: @phylogenomics It's nice to see @cambridgeWG's ideas getting out there, even if not everyone is crediting them!
Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy: More voices call for action on lab biosafety
RT @trayc7: Anne Yoder, lecturing now @ #molevol2014 was a student in #molevol1994 course, see @phylogenomics acceptance letter:
Via @nprnews: Book News: 'Lost' Dr. Seuss Stories To Be Published
RT @WvSchaik: Interesting mini-review #PLOSPathogens: Bacteriophages as Vehicles for Antibiotic Resistance Genes in the Environment
RT @WvSchaik: If you want to know why the 'Kardashian index' paper is wrong, read no further than @ryneches comment here
RT @WyoWeeds: @ChrisInKnox Very much so. My feeling is we should strive for a high K-index.
RT @WyoWeeds: @MLCayuela For the record, I strongly disagree with the idea of "overinflated" status. Outreach should be celebrated.
RT @Impactstory: K-index "makes people who communicate well but not have a lot of citations seem vapid when it shld be the opposite.”
RT @WIRED: Scientists discover a fascinating world of microbes on cheese rinds. Yum!
RT @mwilsonsayres: No. MT @phylogenomics: @BertGold4 @marynmck does age or # of years one has been following someones work determine who is correct?
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