First, I want to thank Kai Chen for his help keeping the show running while Emilia is out of town. I could not do it alone. Yesterday’s talks complimented one another very nicely looking and I think everyone learned quite a lot (I know I did).
We have only one more Think & Drink in 2015, and it is next week, Dec. 16 at 4:30. We will be hearing from Jian Zhou of the Troyanskaya lab about the algorithmic framework that he has developed to predict chromatin effects of sequence alterations and Ben Rubin of the Kocher lab about the evolutionary effects of plant-ant mutualism. Both promise to be exciting talks, so let’s finish the year strong!