Take a look at our recent discovery in the sediments of the Dead Sea, where Bacteria survive by integrating remains of better adapted halophilic Archaea...
Last week I was in charge of running the #scicomm twitter account @labioaulabo. Every week, a new researcher involved in the field of biology describes his/her everyday life, how he/she got there and engages with the community to explain his/her work. It was a very rewarding experience, where I got to learn how to better communicate my work, especially using twitter. It's all in French, but there are similar accounts like this in English. If you can, try it, and follow them, it's worth it.
A broad view on the issue of communication in research. Why social media presence matters
A very interesting point of view : is there another way of advancing research than with journal articles? Is this format on the verge of disappearing?
A review of one of the big revolutions going on right now in biology. CRISPR is a new genome editing technology that could allow breakthrough in medicine, but also is currently being developped way too quickly for understanding the impact and limits it can have, in terms of #ethics. People say it is as big as a game changer as PCR.