Mathematical models, scientific responsibility and the benefits of transdisciplinarity in the times of crisis

INGSA/Koi Tū EXCLUSIVE The development of new models, as well as refinement of existing ones as new data is collected, are part of normal science. Yet, while under regular conditions models are first validated within the scientific community and testing of the assumptions made, before their integration into the cannon. But these discussions are now taking place in the public – on social and mainstream media.

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Wed Apr 29, 04:00 PM UTC-4 (EDT) | The Science of Where: Mapping the Spread of a Global Pandemic

The ability to layer and combine information from multiple sources and then tie the results to location has been instrumental in exposing the hidden patterns that facilitate informed decision-making. We’ve seen in real-time how this has helped scientists better understand rapidly unfolding events related to the global pandemic.… Read More

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