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3 Things I wish I had known in college

Hi, my name is Avital and I am the LabWorm Community Manager, as well as a graduate student studying Biomedical Sciences. Doing a graduate degree really turned my mind upside down about biology, science, learning, and curiosity. There are some things that I that I have faced in graduate school that I wish I had learned while I was still doing my first degree.

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TOP 15 research tools of 2015

The year 2015 is officially over. Looking back, here’s a roundup of the TOP 15 of the year ’15, the online tools used most often by the brilliant people on LabWorm.

So without further ado, let’s see what the LabWormers picked as the top sites of 2015.


1. UCSC Genome Browser – Our champion for 2015!

ucscInformation-rich and graphic-based browser with annotations of whole genomes (we have a feeling its going to be hard to compete with this one for first place)


2. PubMed

pubmedTop biomedical literature search index (we didn’t fall off our chairs with this one)



davidThe Database for Annotation, Visualization and Integrated Discovery

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