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- One of the best things about being a scientist is getting to attend conferences all over the world 🌍✈️ Modern science is a near-universal endeavour, with groups from diverse countries tackling related research questions. The dissemination of research results typically happens online 💻 via journals like Nature, Science, or even the Philippine Journal of Science. Research, however, is a lengthy process and so it can take years before the results ever see the digital light of day.
Scientific conferences therefore give researchers the chance to present even preliminary results - and in turn, learn about all the amazing research being done by other groups! Research presentations are usually done orally or through posters (like what I'm doing in the photo hehe), and there usually is a competition for the best oral or poster presentation 🏆
Scientific conferences also have several fun features, like:
⚛️ talks from scientific rockstars like Nobel Prize winners or people who would most likely win a Nobel Prize in the future (I've been able to meet - and have a selfie with - a Nobel Prize winner through a conference!)
⚛️ seemingly endless booths full of lab goodies (Free Eppendorf tubes! Labels! Lab racks! Oh my!)
⚛️ networking dinners where you not only get to have FREE FOOD, but you also get to meet people from all over the world who are into the same weird nerdy things as you 😂
But not gonna lie, my favorite part of scientific conferences is getting to explore whatever city it's being held at and make awra in places I would've never visited otherwise 😅 I've been able to attend conferences in Cebu 🇵🇭, Seoul 🇰🇷, Kobe 🇯🇵, Basel 🇨🇭, and I'll soon be attending another one in Boston 🇺🇸. So yes, there are many opportunities to travel abroad even in science! Scientists aren't always just cooped up in the lab. Sometimes, they're getting lost in another part of the world.
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- Day 141.
I haven’t seen you for a while.
Life’s like that: people wisping into your world, swishing, whirling, bringing laughter, love and ideas, staying for a little while and gradually, quietly sneaking away, leaving you with smiles and lovely memories.
It was because of you that we made the discovery. Until you listened, nothing worked. All the problems, all the issues, all the pains and strange unknowns: you lifted the lid and helped reveal a simple solution.
Since then, we’ve never looked back.
You may be loud, opinionated and a little selfish sometimes, but you are also warm, caring and thoughtful.
It’s been lovely having a friend who likes to explore, discover and experiment with: you’re the kind of person who helps make things happen.
Our personal scientist!
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- Ensemble methods are meta-algorithms that combine several machine learning techniques into one predictive model in order to decrease variance (bagging), bias (boosting), or improve prediction (stacking).
- This is exactly the way coffee works. You can trust me, I’m a scientist.
- NGC7293 Helix Nebula is a large planetary nebula located in the constellation Aquarius. This object is one of the closest to the Earth of all the bright planetary nebulae. The distance, having now been measured by GAIA, is 655±13 light-years. It is similar in appearance to the Cat's Eye Nebula and the Ring Nebula, whose size, age, and physical characteristics are similar to the Dumbbell Nebula, varying only in its relative proximity and the appearance from the equatorial viewing angle. The Helix Nebula has sometimes been referred to as the "Eye of God" in pop culture, as well as the "Eye of Sauron". .
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- Just me & my little pea head defrosting some cells 🙃