Mus aureus!

Bertalan Meskó of ScienceRoll, fellow DNA Network member and founder of the Gene Genie carnival, has very graciously awarded Genomicron the “Golden Mouse Award”. As he says,

This is the second time I present the Golden Mouse Award to a blogger. From time to time, I’ll present this award to bloggers who educate people in high quality and write hardcore scientific/medical articles with plenty of references, so to bloggers who make science or medicine more readable for laypeople and for even specialists. Now, the winner is T. Ryan Gregory of Genomicron who proved his enthusiasm and professionalism with posts like these:

What can I say? I’m flattered!

(Yes, I know the golden mouse is Ochrotomys nuttalli and there is no Mus aureus — I was being clever.)

2 thoughts on “Mus aureus!

  1. Congratulations. I’ve learned a lot recently, particularly on the “junk DNA” issue. It’s a lot to get your head round, but I’m getting there. It’s also a great resource when creationists blindly parrot what they’ve heard about ENCODE from Casey Luskin et al.

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