Posts filed under ‘Blog Carnivals’
The 20th edition of Bio::Blogs is up at Public Rambling. This might be the last edition of Bio::Blogs at least for a while. Anyone interested in taking the light editorial load or suggestions for changing how Bio::Blogs gets created are welcomed. Send them by email to bioblogs at gmail or leave comments here.
The issue 19 of Bio::Blogs is available at Duncan’s blog “O’Really?”. The main theme of this month is bioengineering from synthetic biology to challenges and contributions of engineering in and to biology. The 20th edition will be hosted at Public Rambling and as usual submissions can be sent to bioblogs at gmail dot com until the end of this month.
The 18th edition of Bio::Blogs can be read at Bioinformatics Zen. The main focus of this months’ edition is Open Science with many links to interesting new developments. In particular go have a look at this video that Michael Barton made about science and the web. Unless there are any other volunteers the 19th edition of Bio::Blogs will be hosted by me again at Public Rambling.
The 17th, Christmas themed, edition of Bio::Blogs has been edited by Paul Nuin and posted on Blind.Scientist. Santa talks about bioinformatics and points to some recent new blogs. Anyone interested in hosting future editions can volunteer via the Bio::Blogs email.
The 16# edition of Bio::Blogs is hosted at Freelancing science. This month’s edition is the first with a holiday theme. Paulo Nuin from Blind.Scientist has volunteered to host the 17# edition that is scheduled for the 1st of December. Anyone interested in participating can submit blog posts or offers to host future editions to bioblogs at gmail dot com.
The 15th edition of Bio::Blogs is available at Public Rambling. This month’s edition is mostly focused on conference reports and the publication of original scientific content in blogs.
The next edition is set for the 1st of October. Anyone interested in hosting future editions of the blog can send an email to bioblogs at gmail . com
The 14th edition of Bio::Blogs can be found at My Biotech Life. Thanks to Ricardo for hosting this edition and everyone that sent in links on such short notice.
If anyone is interested in hosting future editions please send in an email with a link to your blog to bioblogs at gmail.com