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ISB and Seattle Science Foundation Partner to Create Video Series

Seattle Science Foundation and ISB

What are multi-omics? Why does our microbiome matter? What’s the difference between genetics and genomics? What is a digital twin? ISB and Seattle Science Foundation have partnered to create videos answering questions like these and more, showcasing ISB scientists and their work.

We have created a playlist on our YouTube channel collecting all six videos in the series. Watch each video below, or open the playlist.

Digital Twins: Five Questions with Cory Funk

Multiomics: Five Questions with Tomasz Wilmanski

Genomics and Genetics: Five Questions with Isabelle Lucas-Beckett and Kathleen Jade

Sean Gibbons Explains the Microbiome

Systems Biology: Five Questions with Nitin Baliga

Immunology: Five Questions with Naeha Subramanian

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