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Science has succeeded remarkably in discovering the nature of the building blocks of living systems – molecules and atoms, protons and electrons – but what can it say about life itself? Surprisingly little so far, says Prof. Ron Cottam of the Free University of Brussels in Belgium – but as he explains in a new book, a starting-point can be the study of complex systems, and particularly the hierarchy inherent in life.

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