Natalia Sanchez, Ph.D., University of Southern California, "It pays to walk asymmetrically: What we have learned from assessing the energetics of adaptation to split-belt walking." (Host: Dr. Andrew Tan)
Introducing new opportunities to work with data visualization & science communication experts for your research projects.
This QED Supergroup meeting will be led by two BioFrontiers graduate students in MCDB and Biochemistry. We will be exploring how to generate heatmaps for genomic data in R and discussing figure aesthetics.