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Thoughts on Posting for Articles & Jclubs

Also, use send an email to post AT gersteinlab DOT org
(need to send to post, in addition to all).

Use plain text formatting – including for the URLs.

with the following tags & subjects for relevant jclub & article posts

1) Journal clubs

subject: Journal Club by MG on “Methylation from Environmental Toxins Causes DNA Knots & Protein Coils,” Nurture

2) general article & news posts

for scientific literature
for scientific news

What Happens When You Put 500,000 People’s DNA Online – The Atlantic

What Happens When You Put 500,000 People’s DNA Online
https://www.theAtlantic.com/science/archive/2017/11/what-happens-when-you-put-500000-peoples-dna-online/543747/ Goes over @UK_BioBank’s big effort to put out the data without preferential access & also the great excitement for rapid
dissemination via preprint servers such as @bioRxivPreprint

YSBupdates New YSB Project Update

Please join the project team for the quarterly Yale Science Building Town Hall on Monday, December 11th at 4pm in Sloane Physics Lab 59. This project update meeting will include a review of upcoming work inside the Kline Biology Tower lobby over the winter break, and work adjacent to Kline Biology Tower moving in to the new year.

A new Town Hall Meeting has been posted to the Yale Science Building project website. Please visit http://yalesciencebuilding.yale.edu/ to view.

SBI Retreat- Please Registration

Not sure this is open to all. Best to check.


Please join us for Yale SBI Fall Retreat on Tuesday, November 21st held at the Yale Maurice R. Greenberg Conference Center. We want to use this event to primarily enhance the awareness of research directions in different labs, particularly empaneling the new directions and recent exciting developments. Attached is a draft schedule for the day.

Please register here https://westcampus.yale.edu/sbi-fall-retreat-registration

Meredith Morrow

Senior Administrative Assistant

Yale University, West Campus Administration

Systems Biology Institute

Andre Levchenko, Sidi Chen, and Michael Murrell

Telephone: (203) 737-6712


Schedule Version 1_ Yale Systems Biology Institute Fall Retreat.pdf

Genome Informatics meeting







OTHER materials (passwd access) in

Google’s New Super-Secure Email Is Designed For High-Profile Targets. Would It Have Protected Hillary’s Campaign?


“The Advanced Protection Program incorporates a physical security key (a small USB or wireless device that costs around $25) to protect against phishing. The key, which participants need to buy themselves, uses public-key cryptography and digital signatures. Without the key, even someone with your password would be unable to access your account. Advanced Protection limits your Google data access to only Google apps and adds additional safeguards in the account recovery process to prevent someone from social engineering their way into your account. It also performs additional scans on files and attachments to ensure no malware is piggybacking on the download.”

#Google’s New Super-Secure Email Is Designed For High-Profile Targets http://www.Slate.com/blogs/future_tense/2017/10/17/google_introduces_super_secure_email_to_prevent_high_profile_hacks_could.html Appears to be open to all. Anyone tried this?

Visualizing the molecular sociology at the HeLa cell nuclear periphery | Science


#Visualizing the molecular sociology [of complexes] at the HeLa cell nuclear periphery, w/ #CryoET at 10 Ang. res.

Science. 2016 Feb 26;351(6276):969-72. doi: 10.1126/science.aad8857. Visualizing the molecular sociology at the HeLa cell nuclear periphery. Mahamid J1, Pfeffer S2, Schaffer M2, Villa E3, Danev R2, Cuellar LK2, Förster F2, Hyman AA4, Plitzko JM2, Baumeister W1.