Project News

May 23
Equilibrium modeling in economics: a design-based defense

Armin Schulz, coordinator of the "Modeling Agency Formally" projects, wrote the Journal of Economic Methodology article, "Equilibrium modeling in economics: a design-based defense."

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May 20
Spontaneous slow wave oscillations in extracellular field potential recordings reflect the alternating dominance of excitation and inhibition

Ingo Bojak, part of the "Mistakes in living systems: a new conceptual framework" project, contributed to the Open Access article "Spontaneous slow wave oscillations in extracellular field potential recordings reflect the alternating dominance of excitation and inhibition" in The Journal of Physiology.

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May 16
Normativity, Autonomy, and Agency: A Critical Review of Three Essays on Agency in Nature, and a Modest Proposal for the Road Ahead

Lenny Moss, part of the "Cellular agency in multicellular development and cancer" project, wrote the Open Access Biological Theory article, "Normativity, Autonomy, and Agency: A Critical Review of Three Essays on Agency in Nature, and a Modest Proposal for the Road Ahead."

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May 14
Heritable variation in thermal profiles is associated with reproductive success in the world’s largest bird

Charlie Cornwallis, part of the "Evolution and organismal goal-directedness" project, contributed to the Open Access Evolution Letters article, "Heritable variation in thermal profiles is associated with reproductive success in the world’s largest bird."

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May 12
Dam the river: Ontological exclusion in global and Brazilian Integrated Water Resources Management

David Ludwig, part of the "An organizational account of ecological functions" project, co-wrote the Environmental Science & Policy article, "Dam the river: Ontological exclusion in global and Brazilian Integrated Water Resources Management."

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