Spiderbaby's Tunnel of Goats

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Hello World!

Originally from the UK, I now live in the north of Sweden with Crickson

We are scientists :)

I also knit, bake and play the recorder, but not all at once.

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Science resources:

Want to find out about proteins? Try this for starters - RCSB Protein data bank: Molecule of the Month in alphabetical order


Want to find out what is known about any particular gene? Here's a good place to start. - Entrez Gene This is probably my favourite starting point for finding out about a new gene of interest and has handy links to most of the references and sequence information.


Want to find a piece of peer-reviewed scientific research? Want to check the references from an article, or look up the publication record of an expert quoted in a newspaper or blog piece? Try this database. It will give you the abstract (outline) of every paper and will link to the full thing and tell you which articles are free and open-access. - NCBI's PubMed All newly published research is quickly added to this site.


Want to be able to decode DNA? This is how DNA codes for protein, and is, to my eyes, a thing of beauty. - The Genetic Code (presented here as RNA. For DNA, simply replace the U's with T's (Uracil with Thymine)).


And for geeks who need to get out more :) - The PCR Song and another PCR song


Good for your brain: - Ben Goldacre's Bad Science blog

It's the little things that keep you going...


Lucia
At last! Welcome home Lucia :)
About Lucia
Lucia a miscarriage of justice. English translation
Lucia. Other relevant links can be found here
Lucia De Berk - Out but not free - update from Dhamaka
English translation of original (Dutch) site here

Buglife: About Buglife


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Lincolnshire fluffy clouds

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from a week ago.
22nd Nov 2010, 22:51   | tags:,

rhys says:

Fluffy...trying to recall cloud types...cumulus?

23rd Nov 2010, 08:03

swamprose says:

and fungus! I love clouds.

25th Nov 2010, 20:05

MandyP says:

I believe that top one is a cumulus cloud exhibiting upward development!

25th Nov 2010, 20:24

rhys says:

Glad someone agrees!

25th Nov 2010, 22:01

Dania says:

Lovely clouds! Faved the fourth one. :)

25th Nov 2010, 22:33

dookerdoo says:

excellent mushroom!

clouds are cumulus alright. possibly humilis, but definitely cumulus.

25th Nov 2010, 23:07

crickson says:

I think you've got too used to clement weather. You are going to have such a shock when you get back here...

26th Nov 2010, 07:12

Spiderbaby says:

Thanks all you cloud identification specialist types! :) They were pretty and the next couple of days it did throw it down with rain so they certainly were full of 'upward development' alright.

Now I'm back in Umea it's true I really can't see the clouds for all the clouds, snow and dark. Glad I've got these for reference purposes at least.

27th Nov 2010, 17:10

Caine says:

Wow. What I wouldn't give for a November that looked like that!

27th Nov 2010, 20:46