Andrés Aravena

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


Teaching

Computing in Molecular Biology

Bioinformatics

Introduction to Computer Science & Programming

Systems Biology

[other courses]

Research

Talks


[about me]

Recent posts

SysBio: What people say about this course

Sep 11, 2018 - 81 words

Shall you attend to “Systems Biology”? You could ask your friends that have already taken the course before. We asked them already, and here you can see what they say and decide if you want to attend and learn hard and interesting things.

CMB1: What people say about "Computing in Molecular Biology"

Sep 11, 2018 - 69 words

Shall you attend to “Computing in Molecular Biology”? You could ask your friends that have already taken the course before. We asked them already, and here you can see what they say and decide if you want to attend and learn hard and interesting things.

Keep your mind sharp on August

Aug 23, 2018 - 1607 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.

Chile: My Professor got an International Prize

May 5, 2018 - 668 words

One of my professors got an international award. He had already won the most prestigious national recognitions in Science. Now he became global. This gives me the opportunity to start a series of posts about my world-class professors and their international achievements.

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Last updated: September 24 at 13:55.