Discovery fellows Rebecca Willett and Rob Nowak are creating algorithms to make sense of big data and help machines learn.
Kris Saha, Assistant Professor in the BIONATES theme, is featured in a Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News article for his work with High Content Analysis.
Assistant Professor and BIONATES theme PI Krishanu Saha along with J. Benjamin Hurlbut, Assistant Professor, Human Dimensions at Arizona State University and Sheila Jasanoff, Professor of Science and Technology at Harvard University co-authored a recent article for Issues in Science and Technology making the case for how far scientists should go in researching and applying CRISPR to editing the human germline.
Michael Ferris and Stephen Wright, principal investigators in the WID Optimization Theme comment on New York Times Magazine article “A Sucker is Optimized Every Minute”.
This is not a #ThrowbackThursday. Why are we still talking about gender bias in STEM education?
In this WID Pick, the Institute’s C4 researchers share the ideas currently driving their work, specifically the concept of criticality in collective behavior.
We’re reading about the work of artists like Elena Dorfman, who blend ideas of perception into one art form. By purposefully exposing her photos to transmit physical impossibilities or contradicting points of view, Dorfman bends the rules on what the eyes see and the brain processes.
What can we learn about culture-building from institutions such as Bell Labs? We’re reading a New York Times opinion piece looks at that very question.
Sixty years ago, Watson and Crick discovered the double helix structure to DNA. A recent article in The Guardian describes how the advancement changed the nature of scientific collaboration.
The top-secret algorithm that gives Google its competitive edge is indirectly bridging the gap between computer science and chemistry.