Durham–the whole Triangle really–has so many amazing bands…like this one.
Archives for May 2012
25 May 2012 Amy Gutmann, PhD Chair, The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues 1425 New York Avenue NW Suite C–100 Washington, DC 20005 Re: Comments on the ethical issues raised by the
Your American tax dollars subsidize biomedical research to the tune of tens of billions of dollars every year. At the very least you should be able to read all about what you paid for without
The universe is made of stories, not atoms. —Muriel Rukeyser If you were ever interested in reading novels that 1) involve themes of biology in general and heredity in particular; and 2) aren’t trashy,
I had a physical last week and I am fortunate: I seem to be in pretty good health overall. But even if I weren’t, I would be grateful that my health care provider is forward-thinking
“Today I lost my best friend, the world has lost the best guy and bass player to ever live.”
Major props to Shema et al for considering the characteristics of research bloggers and their blogs. I confess to feeling sheepish that I have not registered Genomeboy with researchblogging.org, which allows bloggers to refer to
Sixty-one percent of my fellow North Carolinians think that homosexuals should not have the right to get married or form civil partnerships. Never mind that gay marriage was already illegal in the Tar Heel State.
The Awl–which I totally and unabashedly love–has a piece on the over-promise and under-delivery of personal genomics. It’s a familiar meme and probably not news to Genomeboy readers (both of you!) that a fair number
Programming note: On Wednesday May 2 at 11AM EST I will be a guest on Radio In Vivo, following in the large and sexy footsteps of my brother-in-arms and fellow Triangle denizen David Kroll. Folks