Alyssa Adams got their PhD in Physics at Arizona State University, where they studied the difference between living systems and non-living ones. Alyssa is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Morgridge Institute and the University of Wisconsin-Madison where they study interactions between viruses and hosts they infect. These interactions might help us understand how biological entities co-evolve and together drive new innovative processes.
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In this Share Your Research video, Dr. Alyssa Adams shares their work to develop a mathematical understanding of open-ended evolution. (Talk recorded in )
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