science

All my homepage and blog entries that have been tagged with the keyword "science".

Predatory publishing - where to draw the line?

Predator

It seems that many researchers recently received an invitation to join the editorial board of the new open access journal ContROL ("Continuous Research Online Library").

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Uncertainty about CRISPR's future

Cas9 on a DNA helix

Some feared, that the patent decisions on the CRISPR technology this spring might lead to a monopolization of the technology. However, according to a last month's article in Nature Methods, it is not at all clear at this moment, whether CRISPR will hit a home run for the editing of the human genome.

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Barriers to Electronic Lab Notebook adoption

Barriers to ELN adoption

Our lab has been interested in electronic lanb notebooks (ELNs) for a while. A recent publication in the Journal of Cheminformatics has focused on the barriers to ELN adoption.

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Overrun by the Big Wheel?

University of Helsinki

Despite focus on internationalization English information about education reform incomplete and late

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Purification and Characterization of Recombinant Proteins

Size exclusion chromatogram (acetone performance test)

We are organizing (again) a practical hands-on protein purification course from December 4th to 20th. We maximally can accommodate 16 participants, which will form groups of 2 to 4 participants.

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Angiogenesis landmark publications

K14-VEGF-C transgenic mice with littermate

According to Nature, our Science paper from 1997 is a landmark paper for the angiogenesis field: "A paper establishing the role of VEGF-C and VEGF-R3 signaling in lymphangiogenesis. A new field is born."

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