Current Protocols Newsletter - Winter, 2016

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Current Protocols Newsletter - Winter, 2016
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  Winter, 2016
 
Editor's Pick
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Editor's Pick
 
To help you kick start your journey to brush up on your networking skills, our Current Protocols Editor, David Moore has specially written an ebook on the Networking Basics 101.
 
  Start networking now!

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Tips and Hints
 
* Information processing in signaling networks is the primary driver for cellular responses to environmental stimuli. In Current Protocols in Immunology UNIT 11.11, Erwin Schoof and Rune Linding from the Technical University of Denmark, present Experimental and Computational Tools for Analysis of Signaling Networks in Primary Cells.
  Read it free this month
   
* Cytoscape is one of the most popular tools for studying biological networks such as metabolic pathways or gene regulatory networks. Gary Bader and colleagues provide step-by-step instructions for getting started with Cytoscape, as well as guidelines for understanding the results in Current Protocols in Bioinformatics UNIT 8.13: Biological Network Exploration with Cytoscape 3.
  See the step-by-step
guide to Cytoscape
   
* No matter what our field of research, we all have to deal with a multitude of networked devices. This handy cheat sheet from Networking for Dummies, 10th Edition by Doug Lowe, is a great tool for those of us who pledge to “be more organised” in the New Year!
  Download the cheat sheet
to be more organised
   
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Want more advice about networking, written specifically for early career scientists and engineers? Check out Wiley’s new book, Networking for Nerds: Find, Access and Land Hidden Game-Changing Career Opportunities Everywhere.

 
 
Get a head start by reading
the 1st Chapter

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