6th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Dear Cell Cyclists,Screen Shot 2015-02-05 at 4.29.14 PM

Time flies by when you’re doing science. And so I have some sciency resources to share with you again.

1. A recent paper suggests that culturing cells alters their epigenetic and transcriptional profile within as early as three days.

2. There is a whole volume from ‘Methods in Molecular Biology’ devoted to advanced fluorescence microscopy techniques including all your favorite acronyms – TIRF, FRET, FLIM, FRAP, SIM, STED…

3. A very good read for PhD students, post-docs (and PIs) – ‘What is the best publication strategy in science?’

4. Talking about publishing. This recent analysis suggests a growing impact of ‘Non-Elite Journals’, as they continuously increase their fraction of publications, citations and top-cited papers.


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