Byte-size biology: What computers can teach us about animals

Mackenzie M. Johnson - Byte-size biology: What computers can teach us about animals

**Please note that for this event, both the lecture and Q&A will be live and recorded.**

What is a supercomputer and how are biologists using them to better understand the natural world? Join us to find out more about the modern technologies being used to address traditional challenges in population biology. We'll discuss the diversity we observe, the diversity we cannot, and the tools we can use to make sense of it.

Science Under the Stars has gone virtual! This semester all SUTS activities will be online, but we encourage you to participate outdoors under the stars in your backyard! (If wifi allows for it, of course.) This month's schedule is as follows:
* September 8th: Links to the kids activities will be posted here and on our website, www.scienceunderthestars.org
*September 9th, 7:00pm CDT: Live online lecture and Q&A with the speaker! Please note, you must have a Zoom account to access the talk. You can get a free account on Zoom's website.

Zoom info: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/96226539648
Meeting ID: 962 2653 9648

Science Under the Stars is a free public outreach lecture series based in Austin, Texas.

Photo Credit: One of the many supercomputers used by UT researchers at The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC). Photo by Mackenzie M. Johnson.

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Zoom info: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/96226539648
Meeting ID: 962 2653 9648

Thursday, September 9 at 7:00pm to 8:30pm

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