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Cells are the basic unit of life, with a remarkable ability to sense their environment, process information and adapt accordingly. With 37.2 trillion cells in the human body, there remains plenty for scientists to discover about how this symphony of cells is organized and works together. Single cell genomics and computational biology can play a role in not only furthering our understanding of biology, but also in our ability to generate new insights about disease and develop new medicines for patients.

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Two Scientists Walk Into a Bar · S4E0: Studying the Symphony of Cells