Here is a list of videos, which I plan to watch:

- Run for your Life
- Effective population sizes and the canonical equation of adaptive dynamics
- Simple, very simple, and not so simple models of populations lingering around a carrying capacity, and allowing evolutionary branching
- Pedigrees, genealogies and genomes
- Exploring the dynamics of CRISPRs: How much can a bacterium remember about viruses that infected it?
- Cancer causes stable laws
- Math to Bio and Bio to Math
- Particle Systems and Reaction-Diffusion Equations: connecting micro and macro models
- Contact Networks for Modeling Immunizing Infectious Disease Dynamics
- Survival and coexistence for a class of stochastic spatial models
- Spatial population dynamics and uncertainty in Tribolium: Lab Experiments and Models
- Evolving voter model
- Weighted networks with applications to epidemics
- Large graph limit for a SIR process in a random network with heterogeneous connectivity
- R0 and other reproduction numbers for epidemic models with households and other social structures
- Real Time Numerical Forecast of Global Epidemic Spreading Alessandro Vespignani

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