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Virus and bioinformatics articles with some microbiology and immunology thrown in for good measure
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Twitter Can Track Disease -- Can It Predict Outbreaks?

Twitter Can Track Disease -- Can It Predict Outbreaks? | Viruses and Bioinformatics from Virology.uvic.ca | Scoop.it
The Department of Health and Human Services is hosting a contest for tracking disease via social media. Meet one of its forerunners.

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Can’t tweet or won’t tweet? What are the reasons behind low adoption of web 2.0 tools by researchers? | Impact of Social Sciences

Can’t tweet or won’t tweet? What are the reasons behind low adoption of web 2.0 tools by researchers? | Impact of Social Sciences | Viruses and Bioinformatics from Virology.uvic.ca | Scoop.it

Waste of time???  Or a way to keep up with current info???


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Top 100 Scientists on Twitter | Accredited Online Colleges.com

Top 100 Scientists on Twitter | Accredited Online Colleges.com | Viruses and Bioinformatics from Virology.uvic.ca | Scoop.it
Twitter is full of opportunities to hear what these scientists have to say, follow their work, and even start a conversation.

 

I don't agree that its a "top", but there are 100.

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Barfipelago: Using Twitter to Fight Virus Outbreak

Barfipelago: Using Twitter to Fight Virus Outbreak | Viruses and Bioinformatics from Virology.uvic.ca | Scoop.it

Norovirus can spread among people very, very fast. But not as fast as Twitter. When an outbreak hit the annual Archipelago journalism conference in Victoria, British Columbia in January, attendees and organizers alike used Twitter as their primary means for staying on top of the situation.

 

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