A recent talk: 1 hr for an audience into data science, software, and information in the context of biomedicine
Here is a talk I gave to an audience working on data science approaches to biomedical discoveries. They were into computer science, and concepts related to software in biology and how to infer interventions and control mechanisms.
This is a 1 hour talk on bioelectricity with a special slant toward microbiology/immunology/parasitology, both the video and the Q&A afterward.
Bioelectricity (natural electrical signaling among cells) is an extremely interesting field, in that it spans the gulf between very fundamental issues in philosophy (computation, cognition, downward causation, holism, mind-matter interaction) to specific aspects of biophysics at the heart of practical applications like regenerative medicine and cancer. Bioelectricity is the cognitive…