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Biology, Behind the Screens (Base Pairs Episode 11)

A “behind the screens” look at how biology is addressing its “most wonderful problem” – too much data. Associate Professor Gurinder S. “Mickey” Atwal joins us to explain the essential enigma that is quantitative biology.

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Extras for Episode 11:

Solve for (python)

Connetquot High School students Chris and Giovanna share their genetic study of deer tick microbiomes at the DNALC-hosted symposium for Barcode Long Island.
Connetquot High School students Chris and Giovanna share their genetic study of deer tick microbiomes at the DNALC-hosted symposium for Barcode Long Island. Amazingly, Giovanna (17) taught herself the computer program known as Python so she could use cutting-edge bioinformatics tools.

Knowing the Neighborhood


Math teacher wins school popularity contest (again):

Mickey Atwal at the whiteboard

 

Math isn’t exactly known as “everyone’s favorite subject,” yet Mickey Atwal has won the Watson School of Biological Science’s teaching award by popular vote for the third time this year. How does he make the math in his quantitative biology course come to life? Andrea sits down with the CSHL Associate Professor to discuss here.

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