Friday, March 25, 2011

Call for submissions MolBio Carnival #9

A new edition of the MolBio Carnival is just around the corner. It will be hosted by Alex Knoll at Alles was lebt and it will go live on April 4th.

Alex works on DNA recombination and repair in Arabidopsis thaliana and was recently awarded his PhD from The University of Karlsruhe/Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, in Germany.

There's plenty of time left to submit your best molbio-related posts and give your blog a lot of exposure!
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Be sure to use our online submission system to share your posts with us and be a part of a new editon of The MolBio Carnival.

You can check out previous editions by browsing around this blog, the official home of The MolBio Carnival. 

Monday, March 7, 2011

The MolBio Carnival #8

It's Monday. And not just any Monday, but the first one of this month, which means that a new edition of The MolBio Carnival is out!

This edition was hosted by Lucas Brouwers over at Thoughtomics and includes great posts discussing signaling networks, the multiple roles of RNA, extracellular matrix and cancer and more!

If you didn't have time to get your post in this month's issue, don't worry! You can always submit to the next edition, which will be hosted by Alex Knoll, using our online submission form.

Figure from LabRat's selected post on multicellular signaling.