You've stumbled upon Darryl Roy's vanity homepage.
5388 Computer Science
1303 West Dayton Street #3
One of the few extant pictures of me. I'm the friendly looking one in the middle.
I'm a first-year graduate student in Computer Science at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, and a Fellow in the Biotechnology Training Program. I plan on putting more information about myself and activities on this page as time permits. In the meantime, you can peruse:
If you want to understand life, don't think about
vibrant, throbbing gels and oozes, think about information technology.
- Richard Dawkins (zoologist), The Blind Watchmaker
Biology easily has 500 years of exciting problems to work
- Donald Knuth (computer scientist)
The logic of biological regulatory systems abides ... like
the workings of computers, by the propositional algebra of George Boole.
- Jacques Monod (biochemist), Chance and Necessity