VP shows me many colleges today after a lunch at Balliol College's dine hall. We visited Christ Church College and its Chapel and Dine Hall that was marvelous.
After that tour we went and reached the Thames and walked back to the department. A master student happened to see me and we chatted a little bid about bio-inspired topics. He well understands that a small adjust makes a huge change of a phenomenon in bio real world. Adjustment of conditions is often involved in machine learning, though it makes not much changes in outcome of computation normally. Meanwhile, a bid change on a condition ignites tremendous diversity in biology. That is the most difficult part in bio-inspired computing and computational biology. I am happy to know students here in Oxford well understand it. I could not find this kind of common sense knowledge in any other universities but for a small exception.