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Anthony Le
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In Other Words: Synthetic Biology + Data Infrastructure + Machine Learning = ?
Yes, this!

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The State of Synthetic Biology
Last month an interesting article got posted at CBinsights about the current state of synthetic biology that I didn't have time to write about until now. What I really like: Even the superficial overview teaser article is much more comprehensive than my rev...

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Sustainable Living: One man's trash...
One man's trash is another one's shoe! Since Earth Week is starting tomorrow, I wanted share with you some concrete ways of how individuals like you and me can make an impact on a wider scale. I then also wanted to use this example to challenge everyone to ...

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Freely-Speaking: On the need to act with urgency.
I just read this article on the Great Barrier Reef suffering irreversible damage from climate disruption . It moved me so much that I just had to quickly post an appeal to anyone who happened to be reading this blog: The changes happening to our environment...

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Freely Speaking: Programming Biology - Eric Clavins
Today's post refers to an inspiring talk by Eric Calvins who talks about programming the biology lab to program biological entities. I'll leave it to the reader to see what the implications of this vision are.

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Recap: SciPy 2015 - Synopsis
SciPy 2015 has come and gone. If I step back, what are some of the learning lessons? There were certain themes that recurred from talk to talk: Speed. One of the perceived limitations of Python seems to be speed of execution which is important to process ve...

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Freely Speaking: What does SciPy have to do with bio-based ideas??!
I was recently asked the above question. And it's a totally valid question as SciPy is somewhat outside of what I usually write about (biological topics, sustainable topics). There is a logical connection though, and it has to do with what I do at work. Bui...

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Recap: SciPy 2015 - Synopsis
SciPy 2015 has come and gone. If I step back, what are some of the learning lessons? There were certain themes that recurred from talk to talk: Speed. One of the perceived limitations of Python seems to be speed of execution which is important to process ve...

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Recap: SciPy 2015 - Day 3
Jake Van Der Plaas , one of the main contributors of anything from numpy to scipy, scikit-learn, mpld3 etc., gave the key note speech on the third day of the conference talking about the state of scientific computing in Python. As a side note, Jake is a sen...

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Recap: SciPy 2015 - Day 2
Wes McKinney held the key note speech on the second day. This talk was more of a retrospective, personal journey with a view on the future for python and the greater data science community. Interestingly, some of the tools seem to have started a "long time ...
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