Monthly Archives: October 2013

Fahrenheit-454 or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love “Next Gen”

Gee – I sure wish we had one of those doomsday machines – General Buck Turgidson Previously, on 24, I offered up the back story of our new paper detailing a cryoconite metagenome. Writing it brought out the inarticulate cod philosopher … Continue reading

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A blueprint for life on ice?

Opportunities multiply as they are seized – Sun Tzu We have just published a paper in Environmental Research Letters’ Focus on Cryospheric Ecosystems detailing a metagenome we sequenced from cryoconite in the Alps. The paper is open access, and I cobbled together … Continue reading

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