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Published on Sep 15, 2011
Mark Newman, External Professor, Santa Fe Institute September 14, 2010
Some networks are obvious: the Internet, the road network, the power grid. Others are less so: our social networks, or the metabolic network of chemical machinery that powers the cells in our bodies. SFI's Mark Newman introduces a range of networks and describes the experiments scientists do to learn about them.