What biocomplexity is

February 20, 2008 at 1:34 am Leave a comment

The key connector of (biocomplexity in the environment) activities is complexity-the idea that research on the individual components of environmental systems provides only limited information about the behavior of the systems themselves, says the National Science Foundation. That’s why no one is sizing that market, while they are sizing bioinformatics, which is quantifiable and tied to explicit expenditures. The Social Capital Index we are creating in our deal space is quantifiable. Biocomplexity is just now at the point of discovery; what goes in, what gets left out. It’s still an approach in development. BTW, I am liking Tim’s formulation of the Social Capital Index. DealSpace is just where we put the deals. What we are creating is an index of the Social Capital Market.


Entry filed under: biocomplexity, social capital index.

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