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Matt Might
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Robᵉʳᵗ Graham😷, provocateur Nov 25
1/ In case you were wondering: Apple's replacement for Intel processors turns out to work really, really well. Some otherwise skeptical techies are calling it "black magic". It runs Intel code extraordinarily well.
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David Van Horn 17h
I'm thankful for the NSF reminding me I have an overdue report at 3AM on Thanksgiving morning. 🧟
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Eitan Hoch Nov 25
I'm recovering from COVID, after a week in the hospital. I'd like to think none of my followers here need to read this, but I guess I need to get it out. It's probably therapy for me than anything else. 1/8
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Kirsty MacLeod Nov 25
Hope faculty rightly scoffing at Nature charging £9500 to publish OA will also stop ranking job applications based on number of papers published in those journals 🤷‍♀️
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Ran Blekhman Nov 25
Incoming PhD students: joining a new PI's lab as their first graduate student could be one of your best career choices. Lots of 1:1 mentoring, seeing how a lab is built first hand, tons of other advantages. The opposite of a red flag.
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JoniRutter Nov 25
Really proud of this team. Collaborations make us stronger.
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UAB Apr 3
Dr. Selwyn Vickers: Keeping a distance, staying out of large groups, is fundamental for us to beat this disease.
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Lindsay Davis Nov 25
Bills TE Tommy Sweeney out for season after developing heart condition linked to COVID-19
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John Bachman Nov 24
OMG we just won a prize in the hackathon for our work on !!! Press release:
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Eric Green Nov 24
During the Human Genome Project, we could read at most ~1000 bases of DNA at a time. Thanks to new technologies, researchers can now read ~100,000 bases at a time! These new technologies are aiding efforts to develop pangenome representations of human DNA.
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Dr Ruth Mitchell FRACS Nov 24
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Nathan Yau Nov 25
Made a quick thing to figure out what to call your relative and what they should call you
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Chip Franklin "good trouble" Nov 24
Raise your hand if you think nurses should ALL have their student debt wiped from their record after COVID 🖐
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wyomingwormboy Nov 24
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Michael Hicks Nov 17
Algorithms textbooks often employ an imperative programming style. argues that functional programming can do as well or better. His first in a three-post series appears today on PL Perspectives.
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Atul Butte Nov 24
Congratulations to who is now the new Chair of the Department of Biomedical Informatics at the , the oldest department of biomedical informatics in the nation!
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Ethan Perlstein Nov 24
Great news for ! They not only codeveloped the first drug approved for progeria, but they’re also splitting $95M in proceeds of a Priority Review Voucher sale. This path is open to all research focused rare disease families and foundations.
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Jeremy Gibbons Nov 24
The book "Foundations of Probabilistic Programming" has now been published, edited by , Barthe and Katoen, and including the chapter I co-authored with , Carroll Morgan and Annabelle McIver. Best of all, it's Open Access!
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liz worthey Nov 24
Starting my day with a reminder why we have to work so hard with a wonderful and poignant talk from on his son Bertrand being an accidental pioneer in precision medicine via
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Matt Might Nov 24
“Well actually ...”
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