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Animals 'inherit' their social network from their mothers, Penn study shows


June 26, 2016

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In a newly published study in the journal Nature Communications, two biologists from the University of Pennsylvania (Penn) have developed a mathematical model of the way social networks arise in animal populations. Full Story

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