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Dr Lesley Hoyles
And all this science I don't understand, it's just my job five days a week... Systems Biology. Microbiome. Virome. 🏳️‍🌈 All views my own. RT != endorsement.
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Iestyn Shapey May 25
Could the individual who has just stolen my laptop (which contains the PhD I was due to submit in 2-3 weeks time) from a secure office please return it immediately! I don't care about the computer, but my work is irreplaceable & has the potential to transform many lives.
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Bug hunt: Volunteers needed to spot insect's 'spittle'
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Alice Leung May 24
Do any scientists have a scientific poster they no longer need and can send to my school so our year 11 chemistry students can see what a real scientific poster look like before making their own? Please RT.
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Gavin H Thomas May 24
Experimental evolution PhD project available for Oct 2019 start with a biotech angle with & See.
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Nick Loman May 25
This is brilliant
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Dr Lesley Hoyles May 24
Replying to @gutismycopilot
I didn’t smash anything and nobody died, so maybe you’re right!
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Dr Lesley Hoyles May 24
Replying to @gutismycopilot
Really isn’t based on my recent lab time. ;-)
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Thomas Hackl May 24
Want to try link phages and potential host by shared attachment sites? This simple tool could get you started
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Quadram Institute May 24
We're offering two paid RESEARCH EXPERIENCE PLACEMENTS for this Summer, These opportunities are supported by the BBSRC Norwich Research Park Doctoral Training Partnership and will last for 2 months. Details at
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Raphael Didham May 23
THREE PhD opportunities available FULLY FUNDED! [Valuation of ecosystem services] [pop gen] [Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning] Please RT widely!
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Zamin Iqbal May 23
Please RT! Nick Thomson at the Sanger and I advertising a joint postdoc: aiming to computationally discover and/or model ancestral plasmid forms, use synthetic genomics to build them, then incorporate into different hosts and measure fitness/phenotypes.
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TwistedDoodles May 22
Working on bacteria.
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Jonathan Golob May 23
If you want to know which protein-coding-sequences are present in a microbial metagenome, and I have benchmarked several different approaches.
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Cell Metabolism May 23
Using a multi-omic approach, Ericksen et al. find that loss of BCAA catabolism in carcinogenesis enhances mTORC1 activity and promotes tumor development and progression:
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Freya Harrison May 23
EU nationals who have been wrongly denied a vote: contact details for your local authority are at (typo in original tweet)
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Oxford Nanopore May 23
RD: we put launched Flongle on store, but you told us that $5k was not the right way to go. We are now launching a $1,860 Flongle starter pack on store
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Operon Art - Scientific Illustration May 23
Replying to @NatureMicrobiol
Amazing to see how the clear you can see the phage in the micrograph! I've made a P22 image, and it's amazing to see how accurate the structures I used are.
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Jean Macklaim May 23
1. “Computational biologist” can mean a lot of things 2. Many comp biologists are self-taught, and many have knowledge gaps 3. Collaboration is crucial to being a computational biologist 4. There are standard tools of the trade 5. Open data and data organization are challenging!
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Dr Lesley Hoyles May 23
Replying to @jgskenny @teagasc
Congratulations! Moving back to a lovely part of the world. Good luck in the new job.
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