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Upcoming workshops and events
There will be an eScience data and research scientists meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 19 from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. in the WRF Data Science Studio.

Reminder: eScience Office Hours are on hiatus between quarters. You are welcome to email for an appointment, but be aware that providers may be slow to respond, and regular hours are cancelled until Monday, Jan. 7.

The studio will be closed Dec. 24 - 26 and Jan. 1 for the holidays.
The eScience YouTube channel now has over 100 educational videos on topics ranging from data visualization and reproducibility to machine learning and artificial intelligence. We've had over 6,000 views to date, and last month viewers watched more than 2.5 days of content! Discover more and become a follower here.
Industry Affiliates Program
Huge thanks to those who attended our first-ever Industry Affiliates Program Innovation Showcase Event! A packed house of staff and business guests enjoyed exchanging data science knowledge over the course of a (sun-filled!) afternoon.
In the news
Senior data science fellow Mario Juric, postdoctoral fellow V. Zach Golkhou, and others, have a new paper published in Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific titled "The Zwicky Transient Facility: data processing, products, and archive."

Find slides and workshop materials from senior data science fellow Ben Marwick's recent presentation on reproducible and open research at Oxford University on GitHub.

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Mechanical engineering
Steven Brunton, data science fellow, is interviewed in the article "Data-driven" on his "cutting-edge work that applies data science, machine learning and dynamical systems to classical engineering problems in fluid mechanics and airplane design."
The work of research scientist Spencer Wood is featured in the Washington Trails Association article "Better data. Better trails."
Affiliate Curtis Deutsch is the co-author on a new paper featured in the UW Today press release titled "Biggest extinction in Earth’s history caused by global warming leaving ocean animals gasping for breath." Find related articles in The New York TimesThe Guardian, and The Seattle Times.
Job opportunity
Data science fellow Andrew Fiore-Gartland is recruiting a Data Scientist II with "curiosity about vaccine response heterogeneity and experience working with transcriptomic, microbiome metagenomic and/or T cell receptor repertoire data" to work at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
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