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What we’re reading

As we head into the first weekend of the new year, here’s a few things we’ve seen that might be worth your screen-time: In the journals Nicholson, W.L., Krivushin, K., Gilichinsky, D. & Schuerger, A.C. 2012. Growth of Carnobacterium spp. … Continue reading

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Genes … in … space!

It’s something of a classic result in human population genomics: Go out and genotype thousands of people at thousands of genetic markers. (This is getting easier to do every day.) Then summarize the genetic variation at your thousands of markers … Continue reading

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