…721 science articles for your perusal, all of it free.

The final submissions for Open Laboratory 2011 are on-line. A quick scan of the blog names suggests that the only entries from this corner of the science blogging world are from David Winter’s The Atavism.

From this (very!) long list of articles, 52 will be selected to form the content of the next edition of Open Laboratory – an annual collection presenting a sample of the best the science blogging community has to offer. The finished work is sold in electronic and printed forms. Earlier editions are available at Lulu.


Is it just me, or is the Scientific American guest blog a touch over-represented? I’m guessing they had a ‘nominate this’ prominently installed! – fair enough.

Other articles on Code for life:

Finding platypus venom

Doggie ERVs

Haemophilia – towards a cure using genetic engineering

Fainting kittens – feline myotonia congenita?

On alternatives to academic careers and “letting go”