2nd Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Hello cell cyclists,
Here are the sciency things that got me interested in the last two weeks:

1. At antibodypedia you can find data on almost 1.5 million antibodies. This includes WBs, IFs, FACS plots and paper references. A really helpful tool:
http://www.antibodypedia.com/

2. An online tool that helps you find the appropriate journal for your manuscript by searching the keywords in the title and abstract. It includes a good overview of impact and open access availability:
http://www.journalguide.com/

3. If you want to know what people discuss about your papers on F1000, Google+ and Twitter you can now check your Altmetrics (alternative metrics) simply using your ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID):
http://altmetric-orcid-profiles.herokuapp.com/0000-0002-2176-3248

4. With some of you I already I shared parts of the ‘Ten simple rules’ series from PLoS. There is lots of interesting article including Ten simple rules for…
…writing research papers
…better figures
…reviewers
…successful collaborations
…building and maintaining a scientific reputation
…writing a review
…getting grants
…getting published

Check it out at: http://www.ploscollections.org/article/browse/issue/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fissue.pcol.v03.i01

Cheers,
Erik

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