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September 2017 Volume 13 No 9

Swarms and statistical physics seem like natural bedfellows, but concepts like scaling are yet to prove directly applicable to insect group dynamics. A study of midges suggests they are, and that they may give rise to a new universality class.

Article p914

IMAGE: COBBS LAB – COLLECTIVE BEHAVIOR
IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTEM, SAPIENZA
UNIVERSITY OF ROME

COVER DESIGN: BETHANY VUKOMANOVIC