Our first launch of 2019! The Academic Software Development team launched the latest issue of the TriQuarterly Magazine, issue #115. Our new team member, Gerard Panganiban, was brought up to speed on the deployment process, with guidance from Harlan Wallach and Rodolfo Vieira.
TriQuarterly is a literary journal of Northwestern University, and it is edited by the students in the Litowitz MFA+MA Graduate Creative Writing Program and the MA in Creative Writing in the School of Professional Studies. The issue archive comprises roughly 60 years of issues, starting in 1958.
Last week, we had a great kickoff to the new year as we began production for one of our first projects in 2019 – a video to announce the new Center for Physical Genomics and Engineering. We filmed an interview with Vadim Backman, the Walter Dill Scott Professor of Biomedical Engineering, about the purpose for the Center and the future of physical genomics.
We also visited Backman’s lab, where the staff and students showed us some of the equipment used for imaging. Here are a few behind-the-scenes photos from our shoot. The final video will be finished in March 2019.
In a new paper published this fall by PLOS Biology, Northwestern researchers looked into why only 25% of human genes have been thoroughly researched since the entire genome was mapped in 2001. Here’s the video we made about their research: