Tag Archives: Nematode

The Wednesday Post (24/11/10)

This post is a bit of a cop out. I hadn’t planned anything because I was going to re-spruik my most recent effort at the Scientific American.

This time I wrote about the role a bacteria, nematodes and insects play in glowing war wounds. You can find the post here and of course my previous post is still here. Both can still be shared using the not-so-fancy share buttons at the bottom.

Once again thanks to BoraZ (@BoraZ for twitterers) for inviting me to contribute.



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The Wednesday Post (29/09/10)

ResearchBlogging.orgIn order to stay up to date in my field of research I have generated a number of automated searches at places like PubMed that alert me when my keywords appear in published work. I also have subscribed to the ‘electronic tables of contents’ for a number of journals. This makes finding papers for my work very easy but sometimes I happen to scan across something that takes my fancy. Continue reading

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