04 January 2009

Quintessence of Dust anthologized again

Well, wow, for the second year now one of my posts has been selected for inclusion in the science blogging anthology, The Open Laboratory. Last year it was the teosinte review; this year the honor goes to the post on Darwin's tomatoes. This year's anthology includes 50 blog posts on various scientific topics, and it looks like an excellent collection.

Thanks to Bora for his hard work as editor of the series and to Jennifer Rohn who is editing this year's edition. And thanks to Elsevier, which has granted free permission to reproduce part of a figure from the Current Biology article that I discuss in the post.

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