presentations

The A-Myth: running your lab as a business

A-Myth stands for “The Academic Myth.” I want to challenge the conventional wisdom that research groups in academia should not be managed as businesses. It is tempting to take cover behind our non-profit status, our noble pursuit of knowledge, and other excuses to dismiss [...]

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This presentation was first given as part of the Junior PI Meeting organized in the context of ISMB/ECCB 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Click here for more information about the JPI meeting. Some of the ideas presented in these slides are somewhat...

Defining domain-specific DNA programming languages

Defining domain-specific DNA programming languages

This is the slide deck of a presentation I gave at a workshop focused on "Advances in Molecular Programming and Computing: Toward Chemistry as a New Information Technology". This workshop took place in Denmark on May 2-4, 2013. 

The talk argues that different [...]

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