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Teach Me in 10 – Recoding Sequences With Yousuf Khan

Video   Jun 11, 2020

 

Want to hear complex biology concepts compared to creating a recipe for a delicious dinner? Then this video is for you. We challenged Yousuf Khan, Knight-Hennessy Scholar at Stanford University, to teach us about his research focus in 10 minutes or less. He succeeded – and taught us all about recoding sequences in a very entertaining manner. If you’re interested in learning more about Yousuf's work, you can take a look at his research publications here, and you can also follow him on Twitter, @TheYousufKhan.  







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