Network are everywhere - A.L. Barbasi

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Find more about Science and Cocktails, and awesome science talks at According to Carl Sagan, the beauty of a living thing is not the atoms that go into it, but the way those atoms are put together. In our cells, atoms compose a multitude of molecules such as proteins and DNA, which coexist in a complex, mutually dependent network. Similarly, our cells themselves exist in an interdependent network of organs and nerves, and our very consciousness is thought to arise from the complex network of billions of neurons, connected by trillions of synapses. Networks are everywhere.

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Submitted by Stefano Lariccia
on 16/03/2020
in the project Digital Humanities EAAS 2020: applications to language and literacy teaching

Last updated on 23/03/2020

Original editing language: Italiano
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