Thursday, January 5, 2012

MolBio Carnival #18 - End of the World Edition

2012 has begun! And with it, a brand new MolBio carnival for all your intracellular needs. This months edition is hosted at Chimeras and it features some brilliant writing about viral parasites, sneaky bacterial genes and Christmas disease!

The next carnival will be hosted up at the Ocelloid, Psi Wavefunctions SciAm blog. If you'd like to submit posts, you can do it here, or by clicking on the submit button to the right. Any posts that delve in the hidden life of cells will be accepted, and we love having posts from new submitters.

If you'd be interested in hosting the carnival sometime, get in touch with me and let me know. The carnival usually circulates around the regulars, but we're happy to accept new hosts.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Carnival #17 - the Microbiological edition!

The latest molbio carnival is up over at Rule of 6, and it's a brilliant one. It's particularly dear to my heart as it focuses very strongly on the microbiological world, and there can never be enough bacterial blog-posts in my opinion.

So if you want to read about bacterial toxins, ebola or the black death, head over and take a look. The next edition will be out on the second of January, and will be hosted at Chimeras by E.E. Giorgi, whose submitted some great posts to the carnival in the past.

If you have any posts you'd like to submit, just use this handy submission form. We're always happy to hear from future hosts as well, so if you've got a science-related blog and would like to host the cornucopia of molbio goodness that is the carnival, just get in touch!

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

The 16th MolBio carnival is now up!

The latest edition of the carnival can be seen at Thoughtomics blog, written up by Lucas Brouwers. There are some great entries, and Lucas has done a wonderful job of putting them together so go take a look. There's co-evolving proteins, dinosaurs with measles and Syphilitic Romans!

The next carnival will be hosted by Connor Bamford at his blog Rule of Six on the fifth of December. If you have any blog posts exploring the world of the small and cellular, please submit them using the form here, or get in touch with Connor.

Sunday, October 23, 2011

MolBio carnival #15 is out!

The latest molbio carnival is out over at DiseaseProne! There's parasites and antifreeze, duplicated genes, viruses breaking into bacteria and more intracellular goodness. Go take a look.

The next edition with be on the 7th November hosted by Mr. Brouwers at Thoughtomics. All submissions can be entered here.

We're also looking for hosts for the future. If you would like to get involved and host an edition, just get in touch!

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Molbio Carnival #14 is up!

The latest edition of the MolBio carnival is up on Lab Rat; with protein evolution, measles, phylomon and more:

 The next edition will be hosted at Disease Prone on the 3rd October. Submit your posts here.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Call for submissions - Molbio carnival #14

The next molbio carnival will be hosted at Lab Rat at her shiny new Scientific American blog.

If you've written (or read!) any posts about molecular biology recently, please submit them here. We're not too fussy about the definition of MolBio, anything small and intracellular will be considered for the carnival. You can take a look at any previous editions by exploring the other entries on this blog to see what kind of things we usually feature.

Monday, August 1, 2011

The MolBio Carnival #13

August's edition of The MolBio Carnival has just been posted at The MolBio Hut. Alejandro Montenegro-Montero selected great posts discussing the molecular basis of life from different perspectives, discussing topics ranging from genetic diseases and drug discovery to classic experiments.

Drugs that synergize with fluconazole, an antifungal agent. From Becky Ward's selected post

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 using our online submission form.Remember that the Carnival is published on the first Monday of every month.