A random walk in physical biology

@inproceedings{Peterson2008ARW,
  title={A random walk in physical biology},
  author={Eric L. Peterson},
  year={2008}
}
Biology as a scientific discipline is becoming evermore quantitative as tools become available to probe living systems on every scale from the macro to the micro and now even to the nanoscale. In quantitative biology the challenge is to understand the living world in an in vivo context, where it is often difficult for simple theoretical models to connect with the full richness and complexity of the observed data. Computational models and simulations offer a way to bridge the gap between simple… Expand
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