User talk:Subcellular

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Welcome!

Hello, Subcellular, and welcome to Wikipedia and the MCB wikiproject! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are some pages that you might find helpful:

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WikiProject Cell Signaling[edit]

Hi there. I noticed you listed Cell signaling/Signal transduction as an interest on WikiProject Molecular and Cellular Biology. I'd like to invite you to join WikiProject Cell Signaling. Biochemza, 22:38, 3 November 2007 (UTC)

Wiki-edit contest[edit]

The Biophysics wiki-edit contest was over yesterday, and I think we're in pretty good shape, even in geographical and subject-matter diversity. Of the 16 people who signed up, 7 have made very respectable entries, 2 did a trivial amount, and the rest did nothing at all. So our task now is to decide which 6 of the 7 should win, give all of them feedback on their articles, help them fix minor issues, and see if there are any that could be worked up to Good status, have a DYK, etc.

I'll send a short message to the 7 entrants in the running, who are:

  • pablo.gainza - Protein design
  • danielkeedy - Protein dynamics
  • Mgrosasco - Voltage sensitive phosphatase
  • Jkriege2 - Light sheet fluorescence microscopy
  • Jajava - Membrane fluidity (also edits to Membrane lipids, Physics of skiing)
  • Shanata - Single-molecule experiment; Model lipid bilayer
  • LeDucdAuge - Photoactivated localization microscopy

How about each of us pick a couple of entries we'd like to judge in detail, then correlate (hopefully in the next few days) to make sure all are covered by 1 or 2 judges? My preferred 2 would be Protein dynamics and Protein design. If it suits them, I'd suggest that Keilana and RockMagnetist do only one entry in detail, but go thru all the articles for style, format, policies, & possible upgrades. (Anyone else is of course also encouraged to make such comments.)

For confidentiality, I'd suggest that you send evaluative comments, and we work out the initial entry assignments, thru email - I'm at jsr@kinemage.biochem.duke.edu. We need to work out who's doing what as soon as feasible, so we can proceed asynchronously thru vacation schedules. (Thus a warning - if you don't reply with your preferences soon, you may get stuck with what others didn't want!) But we don't need to settle on the 6 winners until early Sept, so we can take into account how the entrants respond to our feedback, as well as correlating all our overall impressions. - Dcrjsr (talk) 17:26, 16 July 2013 (UTC)