Reductionism is the idea that we can understand systems by decomposing them into more elementary parts which add up to produce a whole. Although it is one of the most successful ideas in science, it fails and breaks down in biology and many other complex and chaotic systems. How can we understand the strengths and limitations of reductionism? How can we glipmse the reality of those complex, chaotic, and emergent systems where reductionism fails to explain system behavior? The resources and description for this event will guide us in exploring this fascinating story about some profound limitations in modern science.