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Virtual Wednesday Nite @ The Lab

"Bioinformatics & Plant Disease" Claudia Solis- Lemus, Plant Pathology

Event Details

Date
Wednesday, January 20, 2021
Time
7-8:15 p.m.
Location
Description
Big data is creating a big splash. By 2020 we expect 2.7 million job openings in Data Science in the US alone — 10 times more than public health, another fast-growing field. But what exactly is Data Science? In this talk, I will describe my research as a statistician in a Plant Pathology department, and how Data Science is revolutionizing the way we study plants and microbes. Statistics exploits the power of big data, redefining the way in which we do science by allowing us to spark discovery ou
Cost
Free

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