This is the last day of the Week of Science, a challenge on justscience.net to write at least one scientific, referenced article per day. Generally, it was a good idea, but the categories became unreadable and uncontrolled after the first days. And it’s going to be held only one time a year.
Thank you, Razib at Gene Expression for working so hard on the idea! Here are my articles made for the Week of Science (7 articles for 7 days):
- Safe Prenatal Genetic Test?
- My dream about the prevention of genetic conditions
- New Blog Carnival: Gene Genie
- Bye Bye, Sonic Hedgehog
- Pompe disease, a rare but important genetic condition (my most successful post ever)
- New Canadian screening guidelines for pregnant women
- Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer
And my favourite posts made by other challengers:
- Virtual Science in Second Life (The force that through)
- A Week of Science - Random OMIM search term of the day: “Act” (Sciencesque)
- The greatest myths of birth defects — Should unborn babies fear the environment? (Junkfood Science)
- A couple of more cluesticks on dichloroacetate (DCA) and cancer (Respectful Insolence)
- And this is your web on caffeine … (The Homely Scientist)