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In the area that was a lot easier for me to, you know, build relationships and have a sense of longing in an awesome is kind of kind of felt the same that in California. So the transition hasn't been so hard in. It's a beautiful city. We have a lot of. You know, rippers lay on Chanel says a great place to be in. I have three children and a great place to raise a family as well. So I'm pretty happy here. I love that. That's really good to hear. And you got admit, the weather's great and this teeny and. And how does it compare to the weather in Brazil? So that's it's very simple Davies. So for me is it was not hard transition than I would red hot and steamy in the summer, then snow so for like six months, so yeah, I really liked the the weather here. One hundred percent, I'm right there with you. I have to be honest. So. So, you know, you you we've talked quite a bit about the transitions of your career and about, you know, the work towards what's basically. Now this really incredible research tool the mass spec. Penn is that where most of your lab is focusing their attention now is iterating the mass spec. Pen looking at the data that you're receiving from it and getting it to the point where it's going to be 'cause right now, it's a research tool rights getting it to the point where it's going to be a viable market tool. Yeah. I would say maybe forty percent of our effort with the mess pin? So your Lord a large portion of research, but we do have several other projects that are not in the operating room. I would say I have a few other projects that are, you know, more like, a basic understanding on cancer, you know, biochemistry and expression of of different markers sees or understand disease. But also more in the clinical applications were at pre-operative diagnosis like from find Nido Asprey by op sees and issues with certain cancer types, that cannot be recognized by the clinical methods. So we actually are you know, we have many projects and the pin is a major component. But there are other lot of interesting problems that we are currently investigating very cool. But there still seems to be this really tight crossover between analytical chemistry and molecular biology. That's really calling to you. Yeah. Yes. I don't I don't have some of our projects are like methods of the goal is for better, you know, analysis of tissues and biology and so on so yes, really nice try to keep it focused. I think you know, they're very maybe two projects like bio related or morally physics and tro products, but the like ninety percent of Murray searches is in biomedical, very cool. Very cool. We'll gosh Livia I've learned so much. This has been so fascinating. I'm so excited about your projects because they really have such potential to affect people's lives for the better. And how often do people really get to say that about their work in a meaningful way. I would love to kind of maybe close our conversation by asking you the same two questions that I ask all of the guests on the show, and they're sort of big picture questions. Ready for him. Okay. I'll try. All right. So I want you to think about the future, and you can really think about it in whatever context is relevant you right now as we're speaking. But the first thing I want to know is what is the thing. If you had to pick one thing, which I know is not easy. That is really keeping you up at night. The thing that you're may be truly concerned about and potentially even a little pessimistic. Maybe we little cynical just something that you legitimately are worried about. But then on the flip side of that ended on a little bit of a higher note. What is the thing that you're actually fundamentally optimistic about what are you really looking forward to allow these are? It goes back to my background because where I grew up in. And so on I've seen out of social injustice, and you know, I'm very passionate about people..