Technological advances in bioinformatics are so rapid that new strategies to share materials and resources are needed. Keeping up-to-date is not that easy, and only collaborative approaches can guarantee a proper diffusion of knowledge in the use of cutting-edge bioinformatics tools. On these bases, the Global Organisation for Bioinformatics Learning, Education & Training, GOBLET, released a training … Continue reading #Goblet releases its training portal. A step forward in training resources #sharing.
If I were to fully analyze the phenomenon of the crisis of the Academia, I would end up consuming every single megabit available for the contents of this site. Such a wide problem could be dissected under several points of view and, for the scopes of this blog, directing the readers to the main aspects … Continue reading The crisis of Academia between DIY culture, Science advances and Welfare cuts.
Recollecting trivial and sometimes dull Facebook posts is easier than recalling the same information in a book. It also takes less effort to remember posted patter than someone’s face, according to new research. The result could be due to the colloquial and largely spontaneous nature of Facebook posts. Whereas books and newspapers typically are combed … Continue reading Neural Networking: Online Social Content Easier to Recall Than Printed Info