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I have a project going at the moment to examine changes in intron diversity, size and location in animal genomes. I am always a bit frustrated with the way introns are treated in many genome characterisation papers- "the genome contained...

For those of you who haven't come across it before Bio-Linux is an operating system set up for bioinformatics with a huge number of programs pre-installed. It can be obtained (for free) from the NERC Environmental Bioinformatics Centre. I've spent...

Bill Jordan was an evolutionary biologist at the Institute of Zoology in London who tragically passed away in May this year. He worked in many areas of evolutionary genetics but particularly in those relating to adaptation. He was a first-rate...

I hope I'm going to submit my PhD student's first comparative genomics paper very soon. Three of us have written the manuscript collaboratively using Google Docs. GDocs is an online word processor and although I've used it quite a bit...

I've just finished marking a lot of different exam scripts for a several courses. I thought it would be fun to post some of the best quotes from student's answers that have amused/appalled me over the last couple of years....

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