University of Washington computer scientist Zoran Popovic wants to revolutionize the way people learn. He teamed up with biochemist David Baker to create a video game that enables tens of thousands of people to contribute to scientific research by folding three-dimensional protein configurations on their home computers. Users help advance how scientists understand and predict the structure of proteins that cause and advance diseases like cancer, HIV/AIDS and Alzheimer’s.
The Canlis brothers have thrown everything at the wall to pivot their fine dining establishment from a white table cloth establishment to a drive thru bagel shop, burger joint, crab shack and even community college. What will they try next?