2011 PHYC 500

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2011 PHYC 500 by Mind Map: 2011 PHYC 500

1. Ideas

1.1. Read papers from PLoS ONE

1.1.1. Commenting

1.1.1.1. perhaps require one student / week to summarize

1.1.2. Rating

1.1.3. Or at least only do Open Access

1.1.4. Every week, note who the editor is. Was it peer reviewed? etc.

1.2. Mendeley for sharing papers

1.2.1. Required

1.3. Read historic goodies

1.3.1. 1930's Lewis papers

1.3.2. Excerpts from "Making of the Atomic Bomb?"

1.4. Important topics

1.4.1. Osmotic pressure

1.4.2. Isotope effects

1.4.3. Viscosity

1.4.4. Kinetic modeling

1.4.4.1. e.g. Gillespie

1.4.5. HMM

1.4.6. Jonathan Eisen 4th tree of life

1.4.6.1. Blog http://phylogenomics.blogspot.com/2011/03/story-behind-story-of-my-new-plosone.html

1.4.6.2. PLoS ONE http://www.plosone.org/rate/getArticleRatings.action?articleURI=info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0018011

1.4.7. #arseniclife

1.4.7.1. Discover August 3 http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/loom/2011/08/02/did-rosie-redfield-just-refute-arseniclife-on-her-blog/

1.4.7.2. Rosie's #arseniclife

1.4.7.3. Slate May 27 http://www.slate.com/id/2295724/pagenum/all/#add-comment

1.4.7.4. Slate Dec 7 http://www.slate.com/id/2276919/

1.4.8. Carl Boettiger

1.5. Useful skills to learn

1.5.1. Mendeley

1.5.2. FigShare

1.5.3. Pub Med

1.5.4. Google Scholar

1.5.5. Libproxy

1.5.6. Protein Data Bank

1.5.7. Jmol

1.5.7.1. If student presents a paper, they should be required to show the molecule / structure of interest live using Jmol or the software of their choosing

1.6. "Motto"

1.6.1. Everyone must develop a motto by the end of the semester to guide their research.

1.6.1.1. E.g. "Always Contribute"

1.6.1.2. More than one fine of course

2. To DO

2.1. Class homepage

2.1.1. OWW?

2.1.2. Google Sites?

2.1.2.1. Sort of sucks

2.1.3. Mendeley?

2.1.4. FigShare?

2.1.5. Other

3. Meetings

3.1. Week2

3.2. Week3