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Inside CAMBAM, originally, was borne out of an attempt to answer this question: how do you get scientists to talk to one another? How do you start that conversation — the one that leads to a collaboration between research groups, or the one that leads to a deeper understanding of a problem.

Well, the hope is, we’ve started one — a conversation, a discussion on the ever-exciting field of mathematical biology and nonlinear science. But, of course, there’s a difference between a conversation and an echo chamber, and that’s where you come in. If you’re interested in writing or contributing in any way — lord knows we’ll need the help — please contact either Thomas Quail or Lennart Hilbert. Absolutely no — with an emphasis on the no, zilch, zero! — experience is required.

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