The Genomic Dub Collective pleased to announce that all the videos
and MP3s associated with the Origin of Species of Dub have now been
released on to the web in time for Darwin Day (Feb 12th) 2007.
You can access the videos here:http://www.infection.bham.ac.uk/BPAG/
and the MP3s here:http://www.infection.bham.ac.uk/BPAG/Dub/
We hope you find them stimulating and thought-provoking, as well as
entertaining. We have provided copious notes for anyone interested
following up the background to the issues raised. Please take time
rate the videos in YouTube and pass this information on to anyone
might be interested.
And if you don't like them, apologies for the intrusion.
Professor Mark Pallen
Professor of Microbial Genomics
Centre for Systems Biology,
School of Biosciences,
University of Birmingham, BIRMINGHAM, B15 2TT
"Scientific work must not be considered from the point of view of
direct usefulness of it. It must be done for itself, for the beauty
of science, and then there is always the chance that a scientific
discovery may become a benefit"
Monday, March 19, 2007
Just thought I would post this email I got regarding the Genomics Dub Collective. I recieved this a while ago and forgot to make the post live ... so here it is. This stuff is, well, you have to check it out if you are interested in evolution.
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