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Bad news for those of us that believe that a pint (some might say that a pint is only a promising start) after a long day’s work is only a nice way to chill out and recharge batteries for the next day (of more hard work?).

I do follow some scienceblogs out there. The New York Times hosts one from Olivia Judson called The Wild Side about evolutionary biology. The blog is very well written, which is not surprise coming from a professional writer (and research fellow at Imperial College London). The entry a few days ago was about the role of mistakes in evolution. The mistakes she was writing about are the mutations that occur duplicating the genetic material during cell division.

As a Spaniard doing research abroad I feel I should have an opinion of the state of Spanish science. On the other hand I feel I have a more solid experience of the state of Science in places like the UK or Germany than in my own country.