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Mar 14, 2013

The internet has connected us in a way never before seen in history: we can now rely on other’s people experiences to guide our own. Whether it is...

Feb 15, 2013

Last month we ran a series of blog posts about next generation sequencing. Among the topics discussed were the limitations of next generation...

Feb 7, 2013

Here at Scientist, for the past few weeks we’ve been running a series of blog posts about stem cells discussing why iPS make an attractive research...

Jan 31, 2013

In our previous post on stem cells, we discussed how human-derived induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS) are being used to model “disease in a...

Jan 24, 2013

Last week we talked about Stem cell research getting the “green light” and this week we continue with our stem cell blog series. Biology has long...

Jan 17, 2013

One of Scientist’s most popular blog posts of last year was an infographic depicting American attitudes towards stem cell research. Part of that...

Jan 4, 2013

Since the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) initiated a program in 2004 to advance sequencing technology development, the resulting...

Jan 2, 2013

Next generation sequencing has reduced costs and increased the throughput, as compared to Sanger sequencing. Importantly, it has expanded the...

Dec 28, 2012

In the previous post, we saw the impetus behind the technological innovation that led to development of next generation sequencing. So, for...

Dec 26, 2012

This holiday season, while sipping eggnog and eating some delicious holiday treats, Scientist invited Dr Sandeep Pingle, editor of Roundtable...