I am a graduate student at the University of W├╝rzburg, Germany, studying biology with an emphasis on ecology and computational modelling. My childhood was spent in Zambia, a country I have visited several times since and that has had a large influence on my career choice.

My interests range from poetry to politics; including, of course, science and computers. I started this blog in the hope that it would help me think through some of my thoughts in a more rigorous manner, and perhaps preserve them for future reference. You can expect an update every Monday.

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Daniel Vedder

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