Beard Health, Cancer and Energy Independence: All on the Canadian Biotechnologist

December 29, 2011 at 8:06 am Leave a comment

It’s that time of year again. Time for the 2011 final count down. Below you will find our top posts from 2011. We hope the Canadian Biotechnologist provided you with intelligent and fun topics that were relevant to your daily scientific lives. Please feel free to comment on the posts below (or any post for that matter) and let us know what you look forward to seeing on these pages in the coming year.

Wishing all of you a happy and healthy 2012!

  1. Cartoon: Public Perception of Science
  2. Beardomics: How your beard holds the key to determining your risk of developing cancer
  3. Sunday Funnies: A cure for cancer
  4. Comparing Manual and Automated Cell Counting Techniques
  5. UBC students break record for most simultaneous high-fives
  6. Government of Canada boosts efforts to find treatments for pediatric cancers and rare genetic diseases
  7. Can Genetic Engineering Lead to Energy Independence?
  8. Stem Cell Debate Enters Canadian Museum Halls
  9. Science Fiction movies which used the concept of Biotechnology
  10. OpenFreezer: The ultimate open-source program for tracking reagent collection

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