Author: dnapuzzles

In a previous blog post (see July), we described the task of sequence alignments as trying to match the similar regions between genes of different organisms to understand better what corresponds to what, and characterize how they mutated away from their common ancestors. We also discussed...

In this post, we shed a light on the origin and conception of Borderlands Science. Ten year ago, we launched our first citizen science game, Phylo DNA Puzzles, an online casual puzzle game that can be freely played at http://phylo.cs.mcgill.ca. As Borderlands Science, the solutions collected...

In our last blog post, we described high level ideas and answered commonly asked questions about how and why Borderlands Science works. We also encouraged you to reach out to us via our subreddit to ask questions, and many of the questions we received touched...

Borderlands Science is live! Today, we are happy to release our new project in collaboration with Gearbox Software, Massively Multiplayer Online Science (MMOS), and The Microsetta Initiative at UC San Diego School of Medicine! Borderlands Science is a mini-video game within Borderlands 3 that allows you contribute...