mara lawniczak

mara lawniczak

@marakat

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group leader @sangerinstitute. lifetime member of darwin's posse. evolutionary geneticist (mosquitoes and parasites). obsessive tidepooler. hearts cephalopods.

sanger institute
Joined on August 18, 2008
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Tom Kash
12 hours ago
My most recent two figure nature paper...fig 1. Fig 2. Plus supplemental figs. https://t.co/bYOPFKrzmb
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My most recent two figure nature paper...fig 1. Fig 2. Plus supplemental figs. https://t.co/bYOPFKrzmb

May her memory be a revolution.

The @gatesfoundation is looking for African health professionals working in national malaria control programs or ministries of health for an incredible opportunity - helping establish malaria leadership & management training programs. RFP details: https://t.co/oQKZTcDtYb

Quoted @CambridgeAfrica

Thanks to support from the Cambridge Trust and University of Cambridge, the Cambridge-Africa PhD Scholarships are available again for entry in 2021. Join our vibrant community of scholars. See https://t.co/1903o53F6b for details

Multiple funding routes for African students to do a PhD at the University of Cambridge courtesy of @CambridgeAfrica Please apply, we'd love to host you at @Cambridge_Uni https://t.co/ed0xGeWeOm

Quoted @five_books

Five Books has been in existence for over a decade now, and we're still going strong—with more and more readers every month. If you like our site, please share it with friends, as we don't have anything fancy like, you know, a marketing budget: https://t.co/rxMFhux8bj

if you don’t know and love @five_books and also @TheBrowser, please check them out. they provide reading of the highest quality https://t.co/pqnoF4zQ2H

Quoted @GinnyHowick

I am hiring a Research Assistant/Associate to study how transmission through mosquitoes shapes malaria parasite populations using molecular genetic and single-cell genomic tools. Please RT and apply! https://t.co/UXrTWu6cy6

Glasgow has a lot of great malaria research going on, and here is an opportunity to join at the beginning of some more great malaria research led by Sir Henry Dale Fellow @GinnyHowick https://t.co/CQ6gcuPfNQ

Quoted @BrisBotanicGdn

Sep 5th and 6th would have been our Bee and Pollination Festival. Instead, we asked @StevenFalk1 national expert on all things pollination, to walk around the Botanic Garden and see what we would find, enjoy the results in this video. https://t.co/0muUWQ2q8a via @FacebookWatch

great little film...watch @StevenFalk1 use his fingers like karate kid's chopsticks to catch some pollinators, tell us about them, admire them, and let them go. over 6000 species of pollinating insects in the UK. high priority for @darwintreelife https://t.co/YWxoRXoHyP

Quoted @JordiPaps

Love this paper ( 🦍 ) and couldn't agree more: "A hypothesis is a liability" by @ItaiYanai and @martinlecher and @MartinJLercher https://t.co/vroeRSIokV

love it! initial wandering exploration of data is key to understanding and trusting it. also this is hilarious🤣: "The most notable “discovery” in the dataset was that if you simply plotted the number of steps versus the BMI, you would see an image of a gorilla waving at you" https://t.co/pAraqOAzV3

Ooh #GetYourArtUnderwater is a thing! And it's already #FossilFriday here. Aquatic invertebrate crew, show us your stuff! https://t.co/O87cjGsWBG
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Ooh #GetYourArtUnderwater is a thing! And it's already #FossilFriday here. Aquatic invertebrate crew, show us your stuff! https://t.co/O87cjGsWBG

Quoted @DannyDeraney

Because you want to hear a baby wolf howl for the first time. https://t.co/9W8NQ4f3kM

Trust me, you do. https://t.co/KJskjs8d1M

EntoTweeps: Anyone our there actually have experience/success with pulling DNA from ethanol used for bulk sample preservation? Not the insects themselves, but the ethanol that they’re hanging out in.

it's friday night and i'm drinking elderflower vodka i made on lockdown while thinking about ed ricketts (❤️) and tidepools (❤️) and i just want everyone to have a glimpse of my home lab. it's equal parts alcohol and consumables.
this is how you science when you can't go to work. https://t.co/KuqnJHlsum

it's friday night and i'm drinking elderflower vodka i made on lockdown while thinking about ed ricketts (❤️) and tidepools (❤️) and i just want everyone to have a glimpse of my home lab. it's equal parts alcohol and consumables. this is how you science when you can't go to work. https://t.co/KuqnJHlsum

anyone doing qPCR have a favorite machine? and does anyone have experience with the Quant Studio 5 and like it? thanks!

look at this handsome fellow that visited me today. that shine in his little beady eyes and his curious antennae tick tocking one up, one down is a little bit heart melting. #CanIkeepHimMomPlease? https://t.co/xPKFZfPL9M
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look at this handsome fellow that visited me today. that shine in his little beady eyes and his curious antennae tick tocking one up, one down is a little bit heart melting. #CanIkeepHimMomPlease? https://t.co/xPKFZfPL9M

#ArtGen20 Session 1: #Arthropod #Genomics recording is now available on the i5k @Arthropod_i5K webinar YouTube channel: please like & share & subscribe to the channel so you don't miss the next ones when they are ready for uploading https://t.co/k6lYvC8fBQ

Quoted @pastramimachine

I have a joke about the coalescent, but it's still coming together

i have a joke about a callipygian species, but. https://t.co/oUvrtZiJGv

yes flies are better than worms, we all agree. flies are also better than hymenoptera, obviously. but today i found a beastie with a wild looking ovipositor and an even wilder name -- Gasteruption jaculator -- no joke. that is its name. one point for hymenoptera @darwintreelife https://t.co/emr98ZNWiy

yes flies are better than worms, we all agree. flies are also better than hymenoptera, obviously. but today i found a beastie with a wild looking ovipositor and an even wilder name -- Gasteruption jaculator -- no joke. that is its name. one point for hymenoptera @darwintreelife https://t.co/emr98ZNWiy

it seems more important than ever before that we need to invent a word for that feeling of hollowness at finishing a great book... because now, that last page represents both saying goodbye to a close friend and also re-entering the clusterf*ck of reality that is 2020

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