#237 A gut feeling about Python

#237 A gut feeling about Python

Update: 2019-11-062
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Let's start with a philosophical question: Are you human? Are you sure? We could begin to answer the question physically. Are you made up of cells that would typically be considered as belonging to the human body?





It turns out we have many ecosystems *within* us. Understanding them is important to our own wellbeing. In this episode, you'll meet Sebastian Proost, who is using Python to study bacteria in our world.



Links from the show



Group website: raeslab.org

TV Coverage on the gut-brain work: youtube.com

TedX talk from Jeroen we briefly discussed: youtube.com

Sebastian's work on Science Figured Out (in Dutch but the captions/subtitles are in English): sciencefiguredout.be



Sebastian on Twitter: @ProostSebastian

Sebastian's site: sebastian.proost.science

Sebastian on Github: github.com/sepro



Tools we mentioned:

Cytoscape.js: js.cytoscape.org

UltraJSON: pypi.org


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#237 A gut feeling about Python

#237 A gut feeling about Python

Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy)