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A couple of days have passed and I had a lot of work-related stuff to catch up with, but I thought I better write a recap now while the iron is still hot and I remember it all. Here we go….

Fifth in the five-part series on clocks in bacteria, covering more politics than biology (from May 17, 2006):

SRBR – Day 2

As you know, I am currently in Florida, at the 20th Anniversary meeting of the Society for Research on Biological Rhythms, that is, my own society. I have not been since 2002, so I am surprised to see how many people remember may face and are happy to see me. I am also surprised to…

SRBR – Day 1

I just had nice seafood dinner while watching the sunset over the water with this guy, down in sunny Florida. Readers of this blog have met him before, here and here. I also saw Erik Herzog, who is familiar to all of you from, e.g., here, here, here and here. I heard him give a…

Being out of the lab, out of science, and out of funding for a while also means that I have not been at a scientific conference for a few years now, not even my favourite meeting of the Society for Research on Biological Rhythms. I have missed the last two meetings (and I really miss…

Whassup?

You must have noticed that there wasn’t too much effort on this blog over the past couple of weeks (except for the elaborate and too successful April Fools hoax). I’ve just been so busy lately. So, here is a quick recap, and some pictures. Back on March 21, I went to Duke University to participate…

Europe, here I come!

My spring traveling schedule has now crystallized. This is my schedule – if you are in any of those places at just the right time, let me know and let’s meet. I’ll be arriving in London on April 9 early in the morning. I’d like to have a huge bloggers’ meetup that first night, if…

See you at the SRBR meeting!

The 11th Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research on Biological Rhythms will be held in Sandestin, FL on May 17th-21st, 2008. And I’ll be there. This meeting occurs every two years (on even-numbered years, the International Congress and the Gordon Conference are in odd-numbered years). I attended three or four of these when it…

Being out of the lab, out of science, and out of funding for a while also means that I have not been at a scientific conference for a few years now, not even my favourite meeting of the Society for Research on Biological Rhythms. I have missed the last two meetings (and I really miss…

Clocks in Bacteria V: How about E.coli?

Fifth in the five-part series on clocks in bacteria, covering more politics than biology (from May 17, 2006):