Links 5/24/12

Links for you. Science:

NHGRI collaborates with Smithsonian to produce new genome exhibit
Plotting interpretable phylogenies
Troves of Personal Data, Forbidden to Researchers
Rise of the coyote: The new top dog. Shape-shifting coyotes have evolved to take advantage of a landscape transformed by people. Scientists are now discovering just how wily the creatures are.
Researchers Find Antibiotic Residues, One a Suspected Carcinogen, in Shrimp Samples


Fruit Of The Poisoned Tree: The Hard Right’s Plan To Capture Newark NJ (must-read about Cory Booker)
Full cellphone reception expected for T subway by year’s end (but only AT&T and T-Mobile. Grrr….)
Cory Booker, surrogate from hell and Booker, in retreat
Internet Man Does Not Want To Be On The Google Anymore
Top Right-Wing Group: Minority Births Are ‘Not A Good Thing’ Because They ‘Don’t Share American Values’
The NIH options for dealing with the budget stagnation are missing one…
To all those who still think the Fed is a private corporation
Post-punk David Broder
Darling Rachel jumps the shark in service to Darling Cory
Herding FCATs (this wouldn’t be as much of an issue if states backcorrected their exams)
Missing Massachusetts
Web Ads And The Facebook IPO
How Did People Pronounce “Faneuil Hall”?

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1 Response to Links 5/24/12

  1. physicalist says:

    (but only AT&T and T-Mobile.)

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