World’s speediest dissertation

PhD candidate Kyle Ambert gives us an overview of his research, “Text-mining Tools for Optimizing Community Database Curation Workflows in Neuroscience,” clocking in at just under five minutes. He’s busy at the 28th annual Student Research Forum, so we’re posting on his behalf today.

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