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Biocoder actively seeking submissions for O'Reilly Bio webpage

O'Reilly Bio and BioCoder are actively seeking original content submissions for their O'Reilly Bio Ideas webpage.
O'Reilly Bio and the BioCoder newsletter chronicle the stories of the biological revolution from academic labs, startup companies, community lab spaces, and all who are inspired to make research and tools collaborative, accessible, low-cost, and efficient. They hope to become a community of scientists that stretches from grade school to post docs and university faculty.
O'Reilly Bio are hoping to share content on a regular basis in addition to their BioCoder publication and are looking for original content submissions to the page. They are particularly interested in articles on:

  • Novel therapeutic discovery strategies
  • Hardware such as low-cost lab equipment or diagnostics
  • Open or low­-cost bioinformatics tools
  • Engineered organisms for the production of small molecules, biologics, or other products
  • Research projects at a community labspace or projects for science education or public engagement
  • Hardware or software for lab automation
  • Citizen science or DIY research projects
  • Science policy
  • Tools to increase reproducibility in research, or anything related

Please contact if you are interested in submitting content or know someone who might be, or if you think there is a topic that should be covered.
The next deadline for content submission is June 15.
For more information about BioCoder and the O'Reilly Bio ideas page, please click here.
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