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PIL LECTURE: THE MATHS OF COWS (AND OTHER ANIMALS)

Mon 01 Jun

Mathematical Biology is the study of patterns and processes in the living world. From mathematical models that predict the population dynamics of microscopic plankton or explain why leopards never have spotted tails, to analysis of movement paths and social network interactions that improve the health of dairy cows, Professor Edward Codling will explore how Mathematics can be used to address fundamental questions about life itself.

  • Mon 01 Jun
  • 18:00
  • £Free
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