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Since 2006 I’ve been participating in DonorsChoose (thanks to timely reminders from Janet Stemwedel whenever life got too busy for me to keep track of anything). So I finally set up a page where you can donate to various life science related projects, with a bias toward genetics. Of course you don’t have to donate to just the projects that I selected. And if DonorsChoose is not to your taste, but you have funds you’d like to allocate to charity, please see the GiveWell recommendations.

Also check out the Leaderboard for science blogs.

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So to make a long story short last Saturday I was going to rev up this year’s DonorsChoose but there were some technical difficulties which discouraged me, so I decided to point to other challenges. But my fellow Discover blogger Dr. Sean Carroll has stepped up to the plate, so I decided to buck up and move forward. To the left under my headshot is the link to my DonorsChoose Challenge 2010. As usual I’ve selected mostly biology/gene related projects. Let’s do this!

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Razib Khan
About Razib Khan

"I have degrees in biology and biochemistry, a passion for genetics, history, and philosophy, and shrimp is my favorite food. If you want to know more, see the links at"