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IGB Biologists & Bioinformaticians to Explore Origins of Social Behavior

September 3, 2013

IGB Biologists and Bioinformaticians Unite to Explore the Origins of Social Behavior

An animal’s success in nature depends in part on its ability to navigate social situations—to find a mate, defend a territory, or work with others to obtain a meal.  Social interactions are also crucial for humans, not only for survival, but for the exploration of space or the complex systems within our own bodies.

September 3, 2013

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