Junhyong Kim–I am a Professor of Biology at Penn. I’ve spent 30+ years in biology doing various things but I am mostly interested in the “theoretical structure” of things.
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I don’t know why but whenever something from Center for Open Science pops up in the news feeds, my fingers get twitchy and I start to imagine writing some response (see also). It may be because @BrianNosek and I used to … Continue reading
Motivated by Lior Pachter’s end of year blog post from 2014, I dusted off an old essay I wrote posted on my lab webpage (with a little editing)… If I walk into a casino and find the person who has … Continue reading
About once a month I notice the black smudge in the corner of my shower—it’s mold that I keep telling myself I need to take care of. But 29 other days, I don’t see it. If the same smudge was … Continue reading
Every year, I know less of about teaching—and, know less, period. I always give my students these slides, LearningtoLearn, from my wife Ingrid Olson on the cognitive science of learning.