I just ran across a great population genetics blog, Selective Sweep, written by derele, a PhD student in Edinburgh. He writes in both German and English about genomics, population genetics, and Science 2.0. Recently he's started a interesting primer on population genetics - it's in German, for those of you who can read it (and you can always try Google's translation if you don't speak German).

If you go to a scientific conference, it's immediately clear that science consists of big international communities, but unfortunately major science blogging communities (dominated by writers from the US, the UK, and Australia) don't always reflect that international aspect.

So go check out Selective Sweep, and Derele, du kannst auch hier bei uns schreiben wenn du willst.