The COVID-19 pandemic is an example of complexity in action. From transmission networks to robustness to market collapse, scientists who study complex systems are hard at work both monitoring and modeling the epidemic, and also seeking to project the socio-economic impact of the disease, and plot paths to recovery.

To share some of their insights from the world of complexity science, researchers are posting short, blog-style transmissions.

Recent posts address some common misconceptions around transmission and testing, such as:

For the full series, visit New posts and new experts are added each Monday.