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This week’s BEACON Researchers at Work blog post is by North Carolina A&T graduate student Mina Moradi Kordmahalleh. The idea of bioinformatics and how an electrical engineer can work on this topic is quite new and interesting to me. In … Continue reading
This week’s BEACON Researchers at Work blog post is by University of Idaho graduate student Ilya Zhbannikov. I graduated from the Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University, Russia) with a Masters Degree in Information Systems in 2009. After a year … Continue reading
This blog post is reposted with permission from BEACON faculty member C. Titus Brown’s blog, Living in an Ivory Basement. The lamprey is a jawless vertebrate that diverged from the jawed vertebrate lineage around 550 mya. Lampreys, together with hagfish, represent the … Continue reading
C. Titus Brown, “Streaming lossy compression of biological sequence data using probabilistic data structures.” A talk given at the Michigan State University Computer Science department on September 7, 2012.