The day before yesterday, I received Roald Dahl’s manual on how to spot a witch (titled The Witches). It arrived about five hours too late, but at least I was able to understand, in hindsight, that my writer friend Connie Kirchberg and I had spent our entire morning and afternoon in a witches’ coven. 594 more words
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Carlo Artieri writes about his new paper: Evolution at two levels of gene expression in yeast which is in press in Genome Research.
Understanding the molecular basis of regulatory variation within and between species has become a major focus of modern genetics. 1,066 more words
The UBC CNERS Graduate Conference will open with a keynote address by Dr. Giovanna Ceserani on the Friday night.
Dr. Giovanna Cerserani is an associate professor at Stanford and works on the classical tradition with an emphasis on the intellectual history of classical scholarship, historiography and archaeology from the eighteenth century onwards. 121 more words