This morning a lab partner showed me a photo from a friend of him working in Anthropology department in UAB university, Catalonia. The taken picture was about a specimen which was checked for a while by people from that very department in Bellaterra Medicine faculty. A group of people offered that thing to them so they could visually and manually inspect it. However, they were not allowed to analyse it by methods such as DNA extraction.
Després de les repetides queixes al respecte, sembla que l'Ajuntament de Barcelona ha apedaçat el carril bici de Meridiana. Podeu veure'n unes fotos abans i després dels sorprenents canvis.
I normally enable fortune application in my
.basrhc file, so when I log in my remote terminals I can get a welcoming quotation. Even during the busiest times, it can help you smile for a while. That's an example:
He didn't know where he was going.
When he got there he didn't know where he was.
When he got back he didn't know where he had been.
And he did it all on someone else's money.
FASTA is one of the most commonly used formats for storing and accessing protein and nucleic acid sequences. So, if you are a bioinformaticist, you are very likely to handle this kind of files several times every day.