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After a year and a half of pipetting, running gels, and peering through microscopes, I finally submitted my undergraduate thesis last month. In it, I was looking at the role that particular proteins played in driving inflammatory bowel disease, a

Last semester, our staff writer Nikita published a piece on computational psychiatry, which analyzes the upstream and downstream ramifications of novel mental health technologies. In this piece, I want to focus on a mental health innovation that is straightforward from

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In this piece, I will be sharing my thoughts on where software has a role in designing and manufacturing biologic drug candidates. More precisely, I want to argue for why it is really, really hard for today’s computational approaches to

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