Journal of Negative Results in BioMedicine is ready to receive manuscripts on all aspects of unexpected, controversial, provocative and/or negative results/conclusions in the context of current tenets, providing scientists and physicians with responsible and balanced information to support informed experimental and clinical decisions.
Abstract: The drug concentration was slightly higher than mice under investigation could tolerate therefore all individuals did not survive for two weeks…
I am not an expert in learning another language and do not understand people’s language here in Antwerp for now. So I have urgent need to learn French and Dutch. In this regard, other people are providing extremely useful tips.
How to Learn a Foreign Language by Steve Kaufmann
Learn a Foreign Language
1) Spend the time!
2) Listen and read every day!
3) Focus on words and phrases!
4) Take responsibility for your own learning!
5) Relax and enjoy yourself!
Steve Kaufmann is a former Canadian diplomat, who has had his own company in the international trade of forest products for over 20 years.
And I need to check more of his entries …
You might just want to check Velvet EBI page by Daniel. You can also find further tips within the package and more tips from the user group.
Thank you Daniel. I think he is now in UCSC. He provided me important tips in the discussion group before.
(from a user-discussion group)
Dear Velvet users,
it’s my pleasure to announce the 1.0.01 release of Velvet!
Thanks to the Columbus module, Velvet now doubles up as an assisted assembler. In other words, if you already have sequences to guide the assembly (regions, contigs, exons, anything really), you can map the reads onto these sequences (or onto a reference genome if more convenient) and feed the reference along with the alignment files to Velvet.
The great PhD scam: Jordan Ellenberg
“We dangle our three magic letters before the eyes of these predestined victims, and they swarm to us like moths to an electric light. They come at a time of life when failure can no longer be repaired easily and when the wounds it leaves are permanent . . . “
“Vladimir I. Arnold, a Russian mathematician who discovered important theorems that found application in astronomy, mechanics and even weather forecasting, died June 3 in Paris.”
KAM theory on chaos was a theoretical backbone of my MSc thesis.
Thomas Friedman wrote something similar in his book about the social and industrial paradigm shift in the 20th century. He did not specifically discussed about Japan. But Kurokawa concisely summed up the possible cause of the stagnation of Japan, which enjoyed the unprecedented economic growth after its defeat of the WWII. Individuals can easily chose their own action on the face of change. The changing the fundamental social and economic structures that have worked so well previously is very difficult. Continue Reading