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Delayed Response and Biosonar Perception Explain Movement Coordination in Trawling Bats

March 26, 2015

Delayed Response and Biosonar Perception Explain Movement Coordination in Trawling Bats

Holderied et al. 

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03/19/2015

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Integrating Interactive Computational Modeling in Biology Curricula

The majority of biological sciences courses continue to rely on the traditional textbook and memorization methods of learning. Helikar et al. provide new teaching methods in biology and contribute to the implementation of the “Vision and Change” call to action in undergraduate biology education by providing a hands-on approach to biology.

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Integrating Interactive Computational Modeling in Biology Curricula

03/12/2015

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Predicting Epidemic Risk from Past Temporal Contact Data

Understanding how epidemics spread in a system is a crucial step towards preventing and controlling outbreaks. Valdano et al. analyse the livestock trade in Italy and sexual encounters in a Brazilian prostitution service to find a correlation between loyalty and infection risk.

Predicting Epidemic Risk from Past Temporal Contact Data

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03/26/2015

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