Reminder: A Double-Header in Seattle Today

The microbial march continues! I'll be in Seattle today, giving two talks on Microcosm: E. coli and the New Science of Life. The first is a 1:30 talk at Microsoft Research. Then I'll be giving a public talk at Town Hall at 7:30 as part of their science series.

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Argh! I didn't know you were in Redmond today! I was on the other side of 520.

Oh well.

Very enjoyable talk tonight, and thanks for taking my questions!