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Tantalizing tastes!

Our understanding of taste is as scarce as the brain. I believe that in a lot of ways, food is a language that can be understood globally and has to be deconstructed via posessing a greater understanding of our neuronal networks.
In summary, this project branches into discovering how our tastes and preferences generate neuronal spike information.


Singapore - what we can learn

Published in , 2020

This post was inspired by my trip home to Singapore in 2020, a city that’s remained both relevant and forward-thinking despite it’s exacerbated growth and economic wealth.



ACM - Canadian Women in Technology

, , 2018

An invitation to the Canadian Celebration for Women in Technology in Halifax 2018 opened up my eyes to the lack of inclusion and communities present for women in technology.