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NIH Library Bioinformatics Seminar Series

Bioinformatics Seminar Series
October – December 2014
NIH Library Training Room, Building 10, Clinical Center, South Entrance
No Registration Required

The NIH Library Bioinformatics Seminar Series will feature three, 1-hour lectures presented monthly from October through December on topics including next generation sequencing, structural biology, and system biology. 149 more words

Big Data

Nature of Science: Self-reflection

What a busy last few weeks!  Instead of a clicker quiz today, students are filling out note cards listing the contents of their lab notebooks.  I will update Illuminate with that information, and students should check their grades this weekend to ensure accuracy.   154 more words

Systems Biology

Nature of Science: Tools Scientists Use

In class today, students worked in groups of four to create posters of Tools Scientists Use.  Yesterday, each class came up with a list of tools and wrote the list on their period’s white board.   218 more words

Systems Biology

The Amorality of Most Life (9/2/14)

The Absence of Rules

Camus said “there are no rules.” Amorality, or the lack of any moral code, is thought to be growing globally. People prone to amorality include Vladimir Putin, dictators, politicians and political advisors, rapacious business chieftains, and the more prosaic bank robbing sociopath or serial rapist. 1,065 more words

Active Rest Techniques

Selection and "Intelligence".

The human mind is not an instrument for discerning the truth. It is an instrument of survival. You may be assuming that evolving for these two purposes would produce equivalent minds, or minds with equivalent functionality, but that is not the case. 1,381 more words