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Accepted!

Our #arseniclife manuscript has been officially accepted for publication in Science.  We now have to abide by Science's embargo policy, so if you'd like more information you can look at the copy posted on the Arxiv server or contact Science.

9 comments:

  1. Congratulations on completion of a wonderful example of science and open science at that.

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  2. Is the version of the paper on ArXiv the final accepted version?

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  3. NotAnAstroBiologistJune 5, 2012 at 6:57 AM

    Wohoo!

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  4. Let's hope they'll "upgrade" it to Science Express, so it will be out on the net earlier!

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  5. Dec 2, 2010: NASA astrobiologists announce discovery of bacteria which incorporate arsenic in their DNA.
    Dec 9, 2010: Critics raise doubts about NASA's arsenic bacteria
    June 4, 2012: Dr. Redfield proves there ain't no such thing, at least not yet. Go RRR!

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  6. Congratulations and many thanks for your time. Now I have an example of falsability in science.
    http://blocs.mesvilaweb.cat/node/view/id/223666

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