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In this talk, I made a connection between a characteristic of science and mathematics that is new in the 21st century (i.e., convergence) and what we are teaching students at Truman through our mathematical biology program. I then riff on how undergraduate mathematical biology programs in the US are fertile places to grow other crossdisciplinary training programs.
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