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Crossroads of civilization from a synergetic point of view

Iryna Dobronravova is the Chair of the Philosophy and Methodology of Science division at Kyiv Shevchenko University http://www.philsci.univ.kiev.ua She works in the field of the philosophy of science, and in particular in the area of the philosophical foundations of synergetics. Over

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Behind the Scenes V: Getting to know the Themes and Speakers 2014

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Welcome everyone to the fifth post in our behind the scenes series with a preview of the fabulous EMCSR 2014 themes.  On this occasion we would like to present some of the participants in the Complexity and Strategy theme, including

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Behind the Scenes III: Getting to Know the Themes and Speakers 2014

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EMCSR is going to start in just a few days, on the way towards the meetings we would like to introduce to you the people who are making this event a truly interesting and unique one. As you know, three

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Peter Csermely

Peter Csermely is a Hungarian biochemist, and professor at Semmelweis University (Budapest, Hungary). His major fields of study are molecular chaperones and networks. In 1995, Csermely launched a highly successful initiative, which provided research opportunities for more than 10,000 gifted

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