Professor of Neurobiology Catherine Woolley explains why the field is growing in popularity — and how the major will prepare students for a variety of careers.
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In a column for the Boston Globe, Professor of History Gary Wills takes on the question of whether Pope Francis is a healer or a divider.
Complex networks are noisy, whether they constitute food webs, power grids, or cells. And when networks buzz and crackle beyond normal bounds, bad things can happen: ecosystems can collapse, power grids can leave us in the dark, and cells can tumble into cancerous states. All these networks are amenable to similar mathematical treatments, says a team led by physicist Adilson E. Motter.
Northwestern University President Morton Schapiro and Professor Gary Saul Morson ask what the world will be like in 25 years.