September 15, 2017 (Vol. 37, No. 16)


Strong Points: Updated regularly, diverse content
Weak Points: None


A blog from the Genetics Society of America, Genes to Genomes is a wonderful resource for inquisitive scientists. Articles are regularly published to the blog, and they span seven content areas: news, science and publishing, policy and advocacy, education, grants and funding, careers, and community voices. Within these categories, site visitors will find profiles of early career scientists, information about upcoming scientific conferences, links to educational resources, and the latest newsworthy advances in genetics. Each article is easily shared via email or social media via icons that accompany the articles. The homepage showcases “featured articles,” though visitors can browse the collection either by publication date or by specific topic keywords with which articles are tagged. With its great diversity in topics and entry types, the Genes to Genomes blog has much to keep you entertained…or distracted from your experiments.

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