Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology
Theoretical biology has important roots in the experimental biology movement of early-twentieth-century Vienna. The “Vienna Series” grew out of theory-oriented workshops, organized by the Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research (KLI), an international center for advanced study in theoretical biology. The KLI fosters research projects, workshops, archives, book projects, and the journal Biological Theory, all devoted to aspects of theoretical biology, with an emphasis on integrating the developmental, evolutionary, and cognitive sciences.
|Editor–in–Chief:||Gerd B. Müller (University of Vienna & KLI)|
|Associate Editors:||Thomas Pradeu (University of Bordeaux)|
|Katrin Schaefer (University of Vienna)|
|MIT Press homepage:||http://vienna-series-theoretical-biology|