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    “We demand rigidly defined areas of doubt and uncertainty!” —D. Adams

    • Bernhard Voelkl
    • , Hanno Würbel
    • , Martin Krzywinski
    •  & Naomi Altman
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    Creativity, passion, inclusion and a targeted way to study circular RNAs.

    • Vivien Marx
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    A soccer striker and his ion channel rescue tools.

    • Vivien Marx
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    Neurochemistry sensors for brain research and life with a collaborative frame of mind.

    • Vivien Marx
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    Frugally built technology to study the ocean’s microbes, and engineering for societal good.

    • Vivien Marx
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    “I have no idea what’s awaiting me, or what will happen when this all ends. For the moment I know this: there are sick people and they need curing.” ―Albert Camus, The Plague

    • Katriona Shea
    • , Ottar N. Bjørnstad
    • , Martin Krzywinski
    •  & Naomi Altman
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    A new way to see actin in action, hearing as others don’t, and saved by the guitar.

    • Vivien Marx
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    A platform for exploring GPCR secrets, powered by community, music and sports.

    • Vivien Marx
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    A yellow fluorescent sensor to study the brain, and the joy and pain of climbing.

    • Vivien Marx
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    A better base editor with fewer off-target changes, from a die-hard Manchester United fan.

    • Vivien Marx
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    Identifying things small and large in one mass spec experiment, and why persistence matters.

    • Vivien Marx
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    “Every day sadder and sadder news of its increase. In the City died this week 7496; and of them, 6102 of the plague. But it is feared that the true number of the dead this week is near 10,000 ....” —Samuel Pepys, 1665

    • Ottar N. Bjørnstad
    • , Katriona Shea
    • , Martin Krzywinski
    •  & Naomi Altman
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    Analyzing cleared tissue with a deep-learning pipeline, and why dreaming is good for science.

    • Vivien Marx
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    How joy and wide-ranging curiosity leads to neurobiology tools for new types of questions.

    • Vivien Marx
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    A love of math and biology comes together with a SPARK.

    • Vivien Marx
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    Moving athletically, from Turkey to California to Wisconsin and from engineering to the biostatistics of Hi-C.

    • Vivien Marx
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    A machine-learning competition in microscopy and the fun of gazing into the night sky.

    • Vivien Marx
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    Growing up curious in the countryside leads to tools for manipulating endogenous proteins.

    • Vivien Marx
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    Building nice, shiny instruments to solve unsolved problems, and the physics of sailing.

    • Vivien Marx
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    “Everything we see hides another thing, we always want to see what is hidden by what we see” — Rene Magritte

    • Jasleen K. Grewal
    • , Martin Krzywinski
    •  & Naomi Altman
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    Staying mobile and building a Toy-Story-related way to stitch terabyte-sized images in microscopy.

    • Vivien Marx
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    You can look back there to explain things, but the explanation disappears. You’ll never find it there. Things are not explained by the past. They’re explained by what happens now. –Alan Watts

    • Jasleen K. Grewal
    • , Martin Krzywinski
    •  & Naomi Altman
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    Analyzing super-res microscopy images ASAP, strengthened by Ultimate Frisbee.

    • Vivien Marx
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    Quantile regression robustly estimates the typical and extreme values of a response.

    • Kiranmoy Das
    • , Martin Krzywinski
    •  & Naomi Altman
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    Bioluminescence lights her way to measure glucose uptake in vivo, and why a chemist travels outside her comfort zone.

    • Vivien Marx
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    His enhancer-discovery tool cisTopic is both wet-lab and dry-lab. John Coltrane matters, too.

    • Vivien Marx
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    A spin-jock’s path to biomolecular dynamics with NMR, and why solitude matters.

    • Vivien Marx
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    Simultaneous examination of multiple factors at two levels can reveal which have an effect.

    • Byran Smucker
    • , Martin Krzywinski
    •  & Naomi Altman
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    RNA-editing tools from a cricket-playing electrical engineer turned bioengineer.

    • Vivien Marx
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    How AI can help track animals and why breakfast powers collaboration.

    • Vivien Marx
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    A probe for a journey into bubbles and why it’s good to be both inventor and discoverer.

    • Vivien Marx
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    YETI emerges from a dance between genomics and computation.

    • Vivien Marx
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    An optogenetic tool for inhibiting neurons and how to sail across the Tree of Life.

    • Vivien Marx
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    Speeding up spot-to-plunge in cryo-EM and how to keep a lab talking.

    • Vivien Marx
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    Swimming to a new way of decoding messages at the cell membrane.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    • Vivien Marx