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Scientific American has posted a Nature video in which Nobel laureate Tim Hunt, a systems biology skeptic, discusses the merits of the field with a systems biologist and an undergraduate student as part of this year's Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau, Germany. Hunt tells IRB Barecelona's Roland Pache and MIT's Sophia Hsing-Jung Li that he regards himself as a systems biologist, in that he's studied biological systems like mitosis.

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