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'''Patrik D’haeseleer''' is a bioinformatician by day, mad scientist by night. He is a cofounder of Counter Culture Labs, community projects coordinator at BioCurious, and scientific advisor of the Glowing Plant project, none of which are in any way related to or funded by his day job at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
'''Marc Juul''' is a full-­time hacker with a background in network programming and synthetic biology. Having co-founded the hackerspaces [https://labitat.dk Labitat], [https://sudoroom.org sudo room], and Counter Culture Labs. Some of the projects he works on are [https://fread.ink fread.ink] - a free and open source GNU/Linux operating sytem for e-book readers, an Open Source Hardware/Software UV/vis spectrophotometer, [https://peoplesopen.net People's Open Network] - Mesh internet infrastructure owned and operated by the people and various other open software/hardware/wetware projects.
'''María Teresa Chávez''' is a 16­ year ­old aspiring mathematician, computer scientist and biologist. She was accepted to medical school at age 14 and dropped out after 6 months to move to the bay area. Since then she has been taking classes at UCSF and Stanford, has worked at the Baranzini lab at UCSF to try to identify molecular mechanisms underlying multiple sclerosis and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and at Transcriptic, a startup in Menlo park that does lab automation (basically Amazon Web Services for life sciences). She was a 2014 Thiel Fellowship Finalist. Currently she is interning at a startup called GeneDrop working on exome sequencing data analysis and hopes to start researching her own exome soon. She has also been learning group theory and is interested in using mathematics to create a theoretical framework for biology.
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