June 19, 2020

Episode 237: The importance of scientific modelling in the effort to tackle COVID-19

Predicting coronavirus outcomes with advanced modelling.

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The importance of scientific modelling in the effort to tackle COVID-19

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Episode 237: University of Arizona mathematician Michael Chertkov

Scientific modeling uses hypothetical ideas about the coronavirus and tries to predict positive outcomes in stopping the spread of the pandemic. University of Arizona mathematician Michael Chertkov explains modeling and how it can help schools and businesses consider the safest reopening strategy.

Michael Chertkov spoke with Leslie Tolbert, Ph. D professor emerita in Neuroscience at the University of Arizona.

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