I’ve come across a few good science links lately, if you know of any more feel free to leave a comment below.
Naturally Obsessed – The Making of a Scientist.
This is a one hour documentary about how scientific research works. It follows 3 people in the lab of Dr Lawrence Shapiro in New [...]
This post is aimed at scientists and medics. Aberdeen University run an intensive (week long) course in Applied Epidemiology (click here for the advert) from the 1st-5th of March 2010. These courses have run in Aberdeen since 2007, having previously been offered at the University of Manchester.
What is epidemiology? Why is it interesting? [...]
This is a bit of a geeky post, if you are a research scientist here are some links that could make your life easier. Most of them are free (or have a free “basic” version). I haven’t used any of them (yet), but they all look worth a try.
Mendeley – an iTunes for [...]
“Scientists keep changing their minds, it’s better to ignore their advice.” That is the gist of a new survey published this week. The survey was commissioned by the World Cancer Research Fund, a charity that promotes a healthy diet and lifestyle as a way to avoid some types of cancer.
The BBC have a [...]