TierneyLab, the science blog of the professional journalist John Tierney was launched one week at January 15 hosted by The New York Times website with this intro: “I’m hoping to follow the scientific method: experiment to see what works and what doesn’t. I want to give you a chance not just to discuss science but… Continue reading TierneyLab: new science blog hosted by The New York Times
Do you know how much were the maximum amount of stem or progenitor cells, ever been successfully transplanted into mammals and specially into a human being in toto or in terms of grafted cells/total cells ratio ?
I would like to introduce the one sentence type of blog posts, in which I talk about a bit of scientific knowledge or put up a scientific question, be it theoretical or practical, know-what or know-how.
I like RSS feeds since with the help of feeds and readers I can see the updated contents of hundreds of website on one surface. Now I’ve completed my desertion to Google Reader as my new basic feedreader from NetNewsWireLite. In order to import your subsriptions from NetNews you have to export it in an… Continue reading Lifehacks: Switching to Google Reader from NetNewsWireLite