Andrés Aravena

Improving peoples' lives through Teaching, Scientific Research, and Engineering. Applied Math, Data Mining, Machine Learning, Bioinformatics


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Computing in Molecular Biology

Methodology of Scientific Research

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Recent posts

CMB2: Homework 1

Feb 17, 2019 - 272 words

This week we have two questions. You only need to answer one. If you answer both, it counts as two homework. if you delivered the summer homework you got also one homework.

Course Homepage: Methodology of Scientific Research

Feb 9, 2019 - 124 words

What is the value of Science? In this course we will discuss why do we need Science, how Science improves people’s lives and how to do it better.

Course Homepage: Computing in Molecular Biology 2

Feb 9, 2019 - 853 words

This course is an introduction to Computational Thinking. We will use the tools we learned in the previous course and apply them to model and simulate scientific experiments as a way to understand them.

Keep your mind sharp on August

Aug 23, 2018 - 1730 words

Why do rich kids learn more than poor kids? According to some research, the "achievement gap" between kids of high-income and low-income families is not that rich kids learn more, but that they forget less in the summer holiday. Following this idea, I propose a couple of challenges to keep your mind active during the holidays, and maybe win a nice book.

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