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I'm a PhD student in bioinformatics / computational biology in University College Dublin. Originally from France, I'm still learning English.

I study proteins and peptides, their evolution in . Also interested in disordered proteins in general and proteolysis. I analysis data and create software for biologists and bioinformaticians.

I spent most of my time programming (I love , but also I also use and web dev languages)

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wow, this is a new one

if you need my “personal data” to pay your staff then you need to find a more ethical fucking business model

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Currently lacking the motivation to write the motivation part of my thesis... Oh boy I need this think to end or I'm going to lose the last remnants of my mental health

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Stallman is not a hero.

At best, he managed to bring an interesting concept into the public consciousness. He's been using that to coast on his reputation and get away with awful, awful behavior since then.

I almost finished writing my thesis but I still feel like I can't write, it's still so difficult

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Scholar Social

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