At this meeting we’ll be discussing research on UW campus—why you should get in on it, and how. The second half of the meeting will be led by a researcher working with NASA’s GeneLab. He’s actively looking for undergraduates who are interested in doing Data Science research; you DO NOT need to know how to program or have a biological background!
Thanks for coming tonight! Click here for the presentation slides. Major announcement regarding meeting time + frequency:
Meetings will be at 6:30pm every Thursday in Genetics-Biotech room 1441.
This frequency shift is due to the increase in interest from presenters + the number of topics we’d like to cover.
This time shift (later by 30 minutes) is because of room scheduling + some people had class.
We’ve now created a calendar with all meeting information!
Two different people specifically asked about making a slack group… We actually already have one!
😬 The slack channel is @dotdatagroup, so feel free to join
COMPUTATIONAL MODELING COURSE:
Someone mentioned a biological modeling course they had really enjoyed! If you’re interested, it’s Biochem 570 and the only pre-requisites are Calculus II and any intro bio sequence!