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Rigour for Complexity: Robert Chambers invites you to explore

An insight into Robert Chambers seminar on Rigour for Complexity (Oct 31st 2017)

24 Nov 2017
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Robert Chambers at the 2017 workshop for new students
Robert Chambers at the 2017 workshop for new students

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