Ode to Science Blogging: On the Twelfth Day

A partridge in a pear tree

Your Promega bloggers have been reflecting on this last year of science news and blogging. Our reflections inspired us to compose this ode to science news in 2010. We hope you enjoy the memories and that you will join us in 2011 for more blogging adventures.

On the twelfth day of blogging,
my true love sent to me:
Twelve reports of life—on Titan,
Eleven arthropods (in Paleocene amber),
Ten arsenic atoms (in DNA),
Nine parrots dancing,
Eight Dragons launching,
Seven imaginary cheeses,
Six synthetic life forms,
Five golden iPads
Four fluorescent criminals,
Three French kings,
Two white-nosed bats,
And the sequence of Ozzy’s genome

Season’s Greetings and Happy New Year.

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