Hanne Andersen speaks at half-day symposium on interdisciplinarity, 9 September 2014
Interdiscisplinarity is emerging as one of the main drivers of scientific research and research-based solutions in contemporary knowledge societies. Many of the most exciting and influential ventures in science today are seen as interdisciplinary, for example cognitive neuroscience, behavioural economics or synthetic biology. In many areas of science, the trend is toward catalysing collaborative efforts that bring together researchers with diverse scientific backgrounds and perspectives to address perplexing questions and solve complex problems.
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