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WID: The Challenge of Transdisciplinary Science — Center for Complexity and Collective Computation (C4) [AUDIO]

Bryan Daniels with WID's Center for Complexity and Collective Computation introduces the group's focuses of study, including computation's role in understanding collective behavior and hierarchy in nature.

 

‘WID: The challenge of transdisciplinary science’ is a podcast series produced by Chris Bocast, a UW–Madison graduate student and WID Emerging Interfaces Award recipient. The series, which can be found on iTunesU, explores the institute’s research areas, growing ideas and culture during its first year. 

Bryan Daniels with WID’s Center for Complexity and Collective Computation introduces the group’s focuses of study, including computation’s role in understanding collective behavior and hierarchy in nature.


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