What’s new at BEACON?
- The 1st Annual UT Summer School for Big Data in Biology will take place May 19-22. Register now!
- UT Austin is hosting the 2nd Annual Symposium in Big Data in Biology (BDiB). Free for BEACON members!
- Lots of BEACON Friday seminars are now available on our YouTube channel!
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- An opportunity to cooperate October 19, 2014
- Being Wrong is a Good Thing (as long as we learn from it) September 27, 2014
- Episode 68: Book Review of ‘The Man from Mars’ September 22, 2014
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This post is by MSU postdoc Arend Hintze. Let me tell you about my excursion to the Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung (Max Planck Institute for Human Development) in Berlin. I met the director Ralph Hertwig a while ago interviewing for a job, … Continue reading
This week’s BEACON Researchers at Work post is by MSU graduate student Randal Olson. For well over a decade, I have been fascinated with the idea that computers could achieve the same level of intelligence as humans. I would often … Continue reading
This week we introduce a new occasional blog series: Evolution 101. Enjoy! If you were to ask a random person what the best example of Artificial Intelligence is out there, what do you think it would be? Most likely, it … Continue reading
This week’s BEACON Researchers at Work blog post is by MSU postdoc Arend Hintze. When I am asked what I do, I normally smile apologetically and say something like “Theoretical Biology” or “Computational Biology,” and with a wink of my … Continue reading