Monthly Archives: October 2017

farnam quota report diskusage

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Gamze Gursoy, Ph.D

Postdoctoral Research Associate
Yale University
Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry
Program in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

Webinar Invitation: General Data Science Overview

Webinar Invitation
General Data Science Overview
Date: November 1st
Time: 11:00 a.m. EDT


How can we effectively and efficiently teach statistical thinking and computation to students with little to no background in either? How can we equip them with the skills and tools for reasoning with various types of data and leave them wanting to learn more?

In this talk we describe an introductory data science course that is our (working) answer to these questions. ….

Webinar Recordings:

We try to record every webinar we host and post all materials on our website.

Mbbfac TIMELY: Faculty Search Doodle availability polls/seminar and chalk talk luncheon info

All of the faculty candidate seminar and chalk talk luncheon dates, times, and locations have been confirmed and are listed on the attached PDF titled “List of 2017-2018 Candidate Seminars and Talks” – please mark your calendars!
Matthies-Seminar flyer11-1-17.pdf
Letts-Seminar flyer11-7-17.pdf
Kellogg-Seminar flyer11-13-17.pdf
Mi-Seminar flyer11-15-17.pdf
Zhang-Seminar flyer11-27-17.pdf

Big biology projects warm up to preprints

“The 4D Nucleome, a major research consortium funded by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH), is now requiring that all manuscripts related to its US$120-million, five-year programme are posted to an online preprint server ahead of peer review. And a privately funded, US$600-million biomedical research initiative in California is considering whether to demand its investigators do the same.”

Google’s New Super-Secure Email Is Designed For High-Profile Targets. Would It Have Protected Hillary’s Campaign?


“The Advanced Protection Program incorporates a physical security key (a small USB or wireless device that costs around $25) to protect against phishing. The key, which participants need to buy themselves, uses public-key cryptography and digital signatures. Without the key, even someone with your password would be unable to access your account. Advanced Protection limits your Google data access to only Google apps and adds additional safeguards in the account recovery process to prevent someone from social engineering their way into your account. It also performs additional scans on files and attachments to ensure no malware is piggybacking on the download.”

#Google’s New Super-Secure Email Is Designed For High-Profile Targets Appears to be open to all. Anyone tried this?