The Many Roles and Consequences of Randomness in Biological Systems

10/12/2019; 26 minutes

Stochasticity (randomness) is ubiquitous in biological systems. Linda Petzold explores some of the ways in which it arises and is used to advantage by biological systems, at a wide range of scales. Petzold is a professor in the UCSB Departments of Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science. Recorded on 07/01/2019. (#35173)

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