Dr. Rhiju Das (Ph.D., ‘05) is currently an Associate Professor of Biochemistry at Stanford University. He helped create EteRNA, an online videogame that uses crowdsourcing and collective intelligence to probe players who uncover the mechanisms of RNA folding machinery.
Biochemist and neurobiologist Michael Lin is developing smart biological therapies that may finally provide the “magic bullet” for cancer. He sat down with Probe Magazine to discuss his dreams and current research projects, and give a few words of advice to STEM students.
Gail Wight is an American artist whose work combines art with biology, neurology and technology. Her work explores the impact of life sciences on the human being. She is a professor in Art Practice and has been teaching art at Stanford since 2003.