WID and the Center for the Humanities develop and apply computational techniques to humanities topics to uncover unexpected connections and intriguing patterns in music, visual art, literature and historical works.
SysBioM Seminar – Mark Craven February 4, 2015, 1:00 PMSysBioM Seminars are sponsored by the Systems Biology Theme in the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery and feature speakers from various disciplines of Systems Biology including, but not limited to Genetics, Biostatistics, Microbiology, and Chemical and Biological Engineering.
SysBio Journal Club February 4, 2015, 2:00 PMKrishnaswamy et al, 2014. Conditional density-based analysis of T cell signaling in single-cell data. The SysBioJournal Club meets on most Wednesdays from 2-3pm in the Discovery Building room 3160. Topics can range but are focused on issues related to Systems Biology. For the most updated listing of topics, go to https://blogs.discovery.wisc.edu/sysbiojournalclub/. All are welcome. If […]
From iPad apps used in medical courses to engaging children’s video games, GLS investigates popular use of digital technologies and how they can help improve learning and public participation in science.