Newsletter #4, May 12, 2011
The field of Molecular Biology emerged in the 20th century through the application of physical and chemical principles to the study of biology. The CSHL Oral History Collection includes interviews with many of the pioneers of molecular biology, such as James D. Watson, Sydney Brenner, Matthew Meselson, John Sulston, Rob Martienssen, Lee Hood, and Dick McCombie. You can see historic CSHL interview videos on the Web and in the CSHL Oral History Collection or by viewing videos in the Carnegie Library building.
Molecular Biology, Genetics, Computer science and Agricultural Science and
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We are offering free trial access to Wiley Current Protocols in Mouse Biology until August 31. Current Protocols in Mouse Biology is the newest member of the Current Protocols family, and brings together peer-reviewed step-by-step protocols covering all areas of mouse research, includinghusbandry, analysis, breeding, generation of mouse models, clinical and molecular phenotyping of mice.
Nicolini, C. & LaBaer, J. (2010). Functional Proteomics & Nanotechnology Based Microarrays. Singapore: Pan Stanford Publishing. Includes the latest applications of Functional Genomics and Microarray technology to programmable protein arrays, mass spectrometry, nanogravimetry, protein nanocrystallography and other applications.
Pintér, B. & Mészáros, Z. (2010). Epigenetics: Mechanisms, Functions and Human Effects. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers. Gathers the latest research on cancer epigenetics and possible roles of epigenetics in arthritis, neurodegeneration, behavior, and longevity.
Dawkins, R. (2009). The Oxford Book of Modern Science Writing. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Edited by renowned scientist and author Richard Dawkins, this rich anthology contains selected essays from famous scientists and science writers, including Steven Pinker, Stephen Jay Gould, Martin Gardner, Albert Einstein, Julian Huxley, and dozens more.
Lee, J. (2010). Statistical Bioinformatics : a Guide for Life and Biomedical Science Researchers Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. Provides a comprehensive understanding of statistical concepts necessary for the analysis of genomic and analysis of genomic and proteomic data using computational techniques. Presents both basic and advanced topics. Includes analysis of validity or results and making inferences.