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Jose Jimenez
Senior Lecturer in Synthetic Biology . and evolution for health, the environment and the circular economy. Sleepless dad of twins. He/Him
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Huiqing Zhou 14h
Replying to @huiqing_zhou
p.s. We are recruiting! Positions are available for highly motivated postdoc candidates who are interested in chemical biology, synthetic biology, and epitranscriptomics. Please RT!
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Jose Jimenez 19h
Replying to @jusjosgra
True. But we’ve had enough tantrums already
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Jose Jimenez 20h
Can we have adults in charge maybe if it's only until the end of the year? Thanks
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Dr Esther May 31
A doctor took cancerous tissue from the uterus of a Black woman (Henrietta Lacks) w/o her consent. And scientists have used her cells and profited from it while her family (tricked & traumatised) have yet to be compensated. With your silence you have chosen a side.
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Jose Jimenez May 31
It’s all your merit!! It was a fantastic defense and you did great. I was in fact on mute the whole time. Best of all it’s over!
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Jose Jimenez May 31
Big congrats to on passing her PhD confirmation!! Well done Ede and great news for the also thanks to the amazing examiners Prof. McVey and Dr van der Veen!!
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Nico Krink May 30
Please RT: ers can’t go to the lab due to ... came up with an idea to value your project ideas with a video competition! Join the fun and be creative!
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Jose Jimenez May 29
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James Field May 29
A message to all Protein Engineers who code…🧪💻 Want to play a mission-critical role in the discovery of new protein therapeutics? Good news, is hiring. Help us change scientific discovery forever!
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Jose Jimenez May 29
Replying to @MGKmicro
I do have the last comment. As I said in a previous reply, I am fine with reasoned rejections. It would really help, however, to consolidate criterions between handling and chief editors, which seems to me has been the issue in this particular case
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Jose Jimenez May 29
Replying to @MGKmicro
By the way, I don't seem to have access to the review forum anymore. So much for transparency...
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Jose Jimenez May 29
Replying to @MGKmicro
This was in the correspondence with the chief editor after endorsement: 'Unfortunately, the paper cannot be accepted without modification to place the focus more on the use of the genome sequence as a foundation to guide hypothesis driven empirical research.'
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Jose Jimenez May 29
Replying to @MGKmicro
I can do that: 'The manuscript could not be sufficiently revised by the authors to address the concerns raised by the reviewers or editor during the review process.'
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Jose Jimenez May 28
Sorry to hear that. Hope the paper found a good home
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Jose Jimenez May 28
Hope it works ok for you! I have certainly learned my lesson
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Jose Jimenez May 28
I am fine with well argued rejections. It's ok to disagree and it's a normal part of the game. However, I would expect a clear input on the editorial criterion before the whole process is started and not months later after numerous resubmissions
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Jose Jimenez May 28
Extremely disappointed in the editorial process at . After a 6-month long review our paper recommended for publication has been rejected by the chief editor for not falling within the section scope. Surely this is something that could have been checked earlier?
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Víctor de Lorenzo May 28
Programming surface-displayed nanobodies & T6SS for engineering a bacterial *kiss of death* to get rid of undesirable folks in the microbiome. An amazing collaboration with Joseph Mougous stemming from his sabbatical in our Lab of
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Jose Jimenez May 27
Congrats!
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Dr. Ciarán Kelly May 27
Nice work and all! How to make proteins in cell-free hydrogels. Love the applications for high-tech materials.
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