Tag Archives: Career

17th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Dear Cell Cyclists, It’s been a while since my last post, because I transitioned from the East to the West coast of Sweden. I focused on the new city and my new role, but that didn’t stop me from collecting … Continue reading

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14th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Dear Cell Cyclists, Today I’d like to share some interesting reads addressing the non-experimental aspects of science work – namely publications, grants, setting up a group and leading it. 1. Starting on a somewhat sad note, this blog piece analyzes … Continue reading

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12th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Dear Cell Cyclists, Hope everybody had as nice of a summer break as I did. Back in the lab here are some links, articles and papers that came up interesting during the time. 1. My favorite for the start, a … Continue reading

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6th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Dear Cell Cyclists, 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 … Continue reading

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5th Cell Cyclist Newsletter

Dear Cell Cyclists, Thanks to the many that signed up for this newsletter. Here are some fresh articles and resources that got me interested during the last two weeks: 1. CRISPR has already revolutionized genome engineering and many are working … Continue reading

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