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Bill Hanage
Associate Prof at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health and Gooner. Tweets are in a personal capacity
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Dudley Butt Nov 13
A little bit of genius - read them all.....
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Emmanuel Macron Nov 13
Trois années sont passées mais rien n’est oublié. Le 13 novembre est entré dans la mémoire de la Nation tout entière, là où se tiennent chacune des victimes. Nous ne les oublierons jamais : elles nous rappellent la force de ce qui nous tient ensemble et qui ne peut être détruit.
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Oh I knew who he meant immediately
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Mads Albertsen Nov 13
What is wrong with correlating relative abundance? Everything! New blog from
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Bill Hanage Nov 12
Replying to @Madi_Bioinfo
You can imagine how I feel about that :)
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Bill Hanage Nov 11
In which puts his finger on the problem of publication, rather than impact, oriented science
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Bill Hanage Nov 11
Replying to @NathanGrubaugh
Good on you. Fine op ed
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Nathan Grubaugh Nov 9
The Indian government is saying that the virus outbreak in Jaipur can not cause microcephaly because the viruses lack the 'microcephaly mutation' - so I wrote an op-ed to The Hindu (my first). Cause to remain alert: on Zika virus
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Bill Hanage Nov 11
Count yourself lucky to miss out on the pumpkin fetish
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Bill Hanage Nov 11
Stroopwafeln?
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Bill Hanage Nov 11
Replying to @michaelhoffman @baym
I think I agree, but depends v much on the contents of the agreement you have to sign
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Bill Hanage Nov 9
Will let you know if there’s any chance of a repeat performance in Europe!
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Bill Hanage Nov 9
Replying to @MOUGK @NanoporeConf
Assume you’re referring to the sweatshirt
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Oxford Nanopore Events Nov 9
Hear from for a taste of what to expect from his lineage calling talk at NCM 2018
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Emily Ricotta, PhD Nov 7
I can't tell you how frustrating it was trying to do operational research during the last Ebola outbreak. There were four agencies who each claimed bits of countries, and no one wanted to share. Led to duplication of effort, animosity, and community burnout.
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Ben Rhodes Nov 7
Strange that the media isn’t all over the caravan story anymore.
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Bill Hanage Nov 7
I've actually been seriously thinking about this recently. When will the attention economy () impact scientific publishing? Has it done so already? Would it be an expected consequence of more preprints? And much more
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Bill Hanage Nov 7
you realize I am literally teaching about this tomorrow? May have to grab some of those figures...
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Bill Hanage Nov 7
I will be speaking at this on the 7th December along with many, many cleverer people. Come along!
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Bill Hanage Nov 7
Replying to @MichaelDavid80
“And the award for understatement goes to...”
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