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What I learned from Day 2 of the RNA Conference 2014

Following on from my post last week when I had only just returned, bleary-eyed, from the Romantic Novelists’ Association annual conference, I wanted to share some highlights from day 2 with you this week. 923 more words


Epigenetic Alterations in Infants Through C-Sections

Cesarean Delivery just might be causing epigenetic alterations in the DNA of infants at birth. Studies have found this out recently, but it hasn’t been concluded that this change is long lasting. 319 more words


Geneticist hired help

we have a problem in this world that is not factual but is the ideas and thoughts of too many even with the most elite of geneticist the factual information is limited to the developments of all research work even if a geneticist wanted to present factual information to the general public he or she will have to have it approved and financially back by an institute as for a few others and I we are not geneticists but have came up with a theory… 69 more words

Noise in gene expression.

The assistant professor “Abhyudai Singh” of electrical, computer engineering at the Delaware, describes a new method to understand some sources of noise in gene expression that create variability in protein levels which was published in Molecular Systems Biology Aug. 187 more words


In which I muse on what I learnt at the RNA Conference 2014

There was no post on Friday last week because I was off on my annual trip out into the world of ‘Real People who do talking and that’ at the Romantic Novelists’ Association Conference. 984 more words


The RNA Conference 2014 - An Indie Author's View

On Sunday I went along to the Romantic Novelists’ Association’s annual conference. Regular readers might remember my open letter to the RNA in 2012, where I queried how I might join this wonderful organisation as I seemed to fall between the cracks of their membership rules, as neither an author-under-contract nor a ‘new writer’. 1,372 more words


RNA Conference : A quick round up plus photos

As always, the annual Romantic Novelists’ Association conference is always a blast. This year was no exception. Held at the Harper Adams University in Telford, the talks were great, very inspiring and the company fantastic. 390 more words