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Thibaut Labarre

Thibaut Labarre

I am a student in computational linguistics at the University of Washington. Before that I was a student in an engineering school in France and I went through a process called "classes pr├ęparatoires" which basically involves 2 years of cramming for a national competitive exam by studying intensely mostly math and physics. I thought that this system was really outdated since the emphasis was on achieving good grades rather than understanding concepts. And the pedagogy could use a lot of improvement in order to foster such qualities as innovation and systemic approaches.

Computational Linguist, University of Washington

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The Seasteading book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0176M400A talks about seaweed farming as the next social enterprise! Do you know Ricardo Radulovich? https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ricardo_Radulovich
Jun 04, 2017
Is seaweed farming the next social enterprise?
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Same here! Curious to know how this went!
Jun 04, 2017
Sequencing the Cactus Genome to Discover the Secret of Drought Resistance
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With a looooong delay, congratulations on publishing your research on a topic of the highest importance! Since the free access period is over, is there a chance that you could share your article with one of your backers?
Jun 04, 2017
How can NGOs guide fisheries to ecological sustainability?
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Awesome! I love cacti. I'd say they are my spirit plant.
Mar 17, 2015
Sequencing the Cactus Genome to Discover the Secret of Drought Resistance
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Thank you for this informative note!
Feb 08, 2014
Is seaweed farming the next social enterprise?
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