The first review of Open Laboratory 2009

i-e0f30c9245db04e1db069e719eba8ca5-OpenLab09coverart.jpgThe fourth anthology barely managed to hit the virtual shelves when the very first book review was published. Of course, considering the speed, this was done by a blogger - Grant Jacobs from the 'Code for Life' blog on New Zealand sciblogs. Read his review here.

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