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  • Probes, optics for super-resolution microscopy and life in a creative country.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • Customize the experiment for the setting instead of adjusting the setting to fit a classical design.

    • Byran Smucker
    • Martin Krzywinski
    • Naomi Altman
    This Month
  • A chemogenetic tool for biologists; how to be a scientist and a gardener.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • A new imaging approach forged by deep friendships, joining two fields and two selves.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • A regulatory vocabulary for synthetic biology and why baby diapers matter.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • Comparing single-cell trajectories with a new tool and what happens when aversion turns into love.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • Statistics draws population inferences from a sample, and machine learning finds generalizable predictive patterns.

    • Danilo Bzdok
    • Naomi Altman
    • Martin Krzywinski
    This Month
  • A way to study the RNA interactome, baby RNA encounters, a sprinkle of poetry.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • To better explore how genomes fold takes disparate fields and a love of math.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • Scoring genes in light of their 'friends', and a naval approach to science.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • Supervised learning algorithms extract general principles from observed examples guided by a specific prediction objective.

    • Danilo Bzdok
    • Martin Krzywinski
    • Naomi Altman
    This Month
  • Machine learning extracts patterns from data without explicit instructions.

    • Danilo Bzdok
    • Martin Krzywinski
    • Naomi Altman
    This Month
  • Improving single-cell data in CRISPR screens, with inspiration from open-air theater performances.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • How to run a computational competition energized by modern dance.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • Why it's fun to be a 'dye Santa,' how to fine-tune in vivo probes, what to name your firstborn.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • Combining approaches from “different worlds” to learn more from a single cell.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • DNA origami, super-resolution microscopy and creative flashes on a bike.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month