Since its so gray and dreary in California today, we were discussing brighter topics over lunch – naturally, ogling over some bioluminescence. If you haven’t seen Edith Widder’s TED talks about her work on glowing sea creatures, sit back with a cuppa and sip it up:
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I am a computational biologist at the University of California, Riverside. My research uses DNA sequencing and genomics to study microbial eukaryotes (yeah, nematodes!) in marine ecosystems, with an emphasis on evolution and biodiversity in the deep-sea. I can neither confirm nor deny that I like Unix more than I like going to sea.