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ESDN (@NYSDigital) Technology Specialist @ METRO NY (@mnylc.) Artisanal small-batch curmudgeon. Rants & alarums are my own. Artistic-ish. RTs not endorsements.

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MBL Fellow & Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago studying the ecology of microbes via #metagenomics & #metatranscriptomics. https://t.co/rIFcOrFYuV

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