#introductions I'm an immunology PhD student trying to "wrap up" / get my main project published. I've done a lot of cellular-based signaling assays in primary mouse cells, but going forward I'm very interested in functional genomics and single cell transcriptions in an immunological setting - particularly when it intersects with immunotherapies.
#introductions i am a graduate in engineering and am currently pursuing bachelor's in arts. i often struggle with my studies
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I'm a queer latino PhD student working in microbiology in the middle of nowhere, Germany.
Biology stuff is cool but also linguistics, archaeology and astro-stuff, -logy mostly but -nomy is ok when is not western or modern.
#OpenAccess, #OpenScience and all-forms-of-anti-capitalism advocate
Policy of scholar.social on blocking
Hi everyone, just a little reminder that shouldn't be a surprise to anyone (I hope):
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Note for new users
We've had several new friends join scholar.social this week
Welcome to all!
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Hello World! This is a joint account for the Department of Medical Informatics of the University Medical Center Göttingen. Our research helps shaping the future of health information systems and medical research.
Today, Markus and Jendrik take part in a FHIR data modelling workshop in the beautiful historic buildings at Berlin Charité
Hi! I am a recent phd in bioinformatics (actually specialized in the application of machine learning in some omics fields). I have moved from academia to industry and work now as a data scientist in a variety of topics. I enjoy being up to date in academic topics and am interested in the progress of open science and the expansion of the scientific community outside of academia! Hope to have a chance to be exposed to interesting ideas in this instance :) #introduction
#introduction Hi all :) I'm working on a PhD on #STS, specifically studying the #openhardware for science movement. As an activist I'm interested in feminist approaches to tech which I try to implement in meet ups, workshops, etc. A big part of my time goes to working as open as STS lets me, another big part goes to WikiData because I love it. Beautiful communities are what keep me existing through late capitalism, so here I am in Mastodon <3.
#introduction hallöchen! I’m a Brazilian trans woman living in Germany working on Japanese dialectal fieldwork (long story). Interests include fantasy fiction, imaginary languages, free software, comic books, intersectional veganism, cute cuddly things, and supporting anticapitalist revolutions to bring down the whole rotten edifice
Scaring off people we don't want here
There's a bunch of new people here recently, so I think I'll say a few things that will scare off many of the sorts of people that we don't want here
It is the official policy of scholar.social that:
🍍 Nazis should have their speech curtailed at every opportunity
🍍 Supporters of Jordan Peterson or Milo Yiannopoulos—leave now
🍍 There is no such thing as "reverse racism"
🍍 Vaccines don't cause autism, and for that matter, autistic people are equally valuable!
I'm a PhD student in American Culture/Digital Studies at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor
Research interests include:
- digital visual cultures
- contemporary theories of resistance and radical politics
- prison abolition
- fascism and white supremacy
- infrastructure studies
Sorry that this weekend has been so terrible for downtime
* We have switched to masto.host
* We are now running Mastodon v 3.0.1
* We are now Amazon-free
* We don't have to pay for both a VPS and AWS, which reduces the costs of running the instance
* Less down-time when it's time to do an upgrade
* Unfortunately, we no longer support LaTeX in posts, unless it's incorporated into mainline Masto
Thanks for your patience, everyone!
Upgrading scholar.social upgrade/apology
I'm sorry for the downtime last night! My internet at home crapped out partway through the database migration script, which screwed up the database (hooray I made a backup before starting) but meant that it took way longer to fix
I'm thinking I will move scholar.social to masto.host soon, to prevent this from happening in the future
(It will also be cheaper and less Amazon-dependent)
Again, apologies for the downtime
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I boost #introduction(s) toots from scholar.social users
Pinned toot: this month's journal club
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