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Life Science R&D with Sherwin Yu

Ten years ago, a biology researcher was limited by the software tools available. Most of the electronic record keeping was done using Excel and other general purpose tools. Benchling is

Computational Neuroscience with Jeremy Freeman

“You want to take a scientist who knows a little bit of matlab programming and try to teach them mapreduce, and write a mapreduce program in java to do image processing? It’s a

Applying Software Research to Industry with Andy Ko

“It’s not just about tools, it’s also a lot about how you structure a team, how you structure the communication between engineers, how you facilitate decision making –
industry and academia

Robot-Human Interaction with Stefanie Tellex

Robots sometimes need help from humans when solving complex problems. Successfully solving a problem often demands a strong model for communication and well-trained robots. Stefanie