Blogging will be a little thin this week as I finish up my AFAR fellowship proposal in time for LBNL’s internal deadline. In the meantime, here are some links to other, busier bloggers who have hosted carnivals this week:
- Encephalon 37, at A Blog Around the Clock, which picked up our recent post on serotonin signaling and lifespan in the worm; and
- Circus of the Spineless 27 at The Hawk Owl’s Nest, revisiting our meditation on tardigrade longevity.
Both carnivals are chock full of biological goodness, so be sure to stop by and check them out.
A day late but hardly a dollar short,* Tangled Bank 94 just went up at Life Before Death. This is a particularly rich TB with extensive commentary by LBD’s author Felicia Gilljam. Even better, she put our article about sirtuin activators as anti-diabetes drugs in first position. Tack så mycket, Felicia!
Along those lines, Ouroboros will be hosting the next edition of Tangled Bank on December 19th, so if you have a article of biological interest that you’d like to submit, you can send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
UPDATE 12/10/2007: And today, Mendel’s Garden 21 just went live at The Inoculated Mind; it contains two posts from Ouroboros, the tardigrade piece and another on restricting inflammaging. It’s a funny carnival, complete with evil twins.
* For an illustration of what grant deadlines can do to one’s sense of time, see the Comments.