Single-cell RNASeq poster: study of human induced pluripotent stem cells

TIME-COURSE SINGLE-CELL TRANSCRIPTOMIC ANALYSIS OF CONTROLLED NEURAL CONVERSION OF HUMAN IPS CELLS P.H. Chu1, C. Malley1, J. Braisted1, C. Tristan1, R. Bargaje1, and I. Singeç1 1National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS), Stem Cell Translation Laboratory (SCTL), Rockville, MD Presented at the National Institutes of Health Molecular Biology in Single Cells Symposium, March 23-24 2018,... Continue Reading →

Forget-me-not

A messy photomanipulation for fun, with two base images as usual: a student walking between ruined buildings, and a macro of forget-me-not flowers. Spilled color / burnt film texture and a moiré underpainting (last image in series). Embracing both inherent blur and rough bucket-fill edges. At the same time feeling small, almost fragile, and alone,... Continue Reading →

Annapurna Circuit

Another piece with nature + technology elements, this time with a Motorola MC68012 processor from the 80s and a sweeping view of the Annapurna mountains. I have made many pieces like this before, almost identically, but haven't tired of it yet. It is an easy escape: The moiré waves overflow off the edges of a landscape... Continue Reading →

Now at NCATS NIH!

Just a quick update for those who have not heard yet, I am now working at the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), employed through Kelly Services as a contractor. I am in Dr. Ilyas Singeç's stem cell technology lab as a bioinformatics support and data science... Continue Reading →

Weather system approach

New art made in an afternoon. I found a CC0 photo site (public domain Creative Commons) so naturally I found a good landscape + clouds photo for making good old fashioned digital art. https://pxhere.com Aesthetic: fruit salad - watermelon, blood oranges, blackberries highly pigmented watercolors with color bleeds partially destroyed photos strong winds sudden drop... Continue Reading →

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