The cell biologist’s guide to fine dining

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A lighthearted post this week. What would the publishing landscape be like, if journals were restaurants instead of publications? TIR offers its own, definitely not Michelin-starred, guide…

bioRxiv – Raw bar at the harbour that serves shellfish straight off the boats. Undoubtedly the freshest you’ll get, although the uncooked nature of the food means that quality can be a bit of a lottery. Restaurant owners are paying closer and closer attention to the catches and looking to snatch up popular shipments.

Cell – Sleek and sophisticated upmarket Italian place that’s openly run by the Mafia. The quality of the food is very good on the whole and the menu has kept up with the times, but it’s a bit of a guilty pleasure because you know you’re lining the pockets of seriously dubious owners….

 

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