The Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology

The Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology is a book series published by MIT Press and devoted to advances in theoretical biology at large. By promoting the formulation and discussion of new theoretical concepts, the series intends to help fill the gaps in our understanding of some of the major open questions of biology, such as the origin and organization of organismal form, the relationship between development and evolution, and the biological bases of cognition and mind.

The Vienna Series grew out of the Altenberg Workshops in Theoretical Biology organized by the Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research (KLI), an international center for advanced study in Altenberg, near Vienna, Austria. 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.


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