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Theory of Living Matter Group


Featured paper of the month

Each month, we highlight a paper that beautifully exemplifies how theory promotes the understanding of biological systems. Our featured paper in May 2018 is Morphogen gradient reconstitution reveals Hedgehog pathway design principles by Li et al., Science (2018).

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Pint of science 2018

The Pint of Science 2018 festival will be held on the 14th to 16th May 2018 in pubs around Cambridge.

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Blog post about the Theory of Living Matter group

The speaker from our first regular meeting, Prof. Alfonso Martinez-Arias, has written an interesting and encouraging article on the Theory of Living Matter group and collaborations between physicists and biologists in general.

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Organisers (alphabetically)

Erik Clark

Postdoc
Systems Biology

Shlomit Edri

PhD Student
Developmental Biology

Pau Formosa-Jordan

Postdoc
Biophysics

Adrien Hallou

Postdoc
Biophysics

David Jörg

Postdoc
Theoretical Physics

Céline Labouesse

Postdoc
Biophysics

Imen Lassadi

Postdoc
Biochemistry

Xiaoyan Ma

Postdoc
Biochemistry

Berta Verd

Postdoc
Systems Biology

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Bringing together experimentalists and theorists to unravel the mechanisms of biological systems

The Theory of Living Matter Group is a non-profit researcher network that provides a network for quantitative researchers in biology, from experimentalists to theorists to data scientists and organises regular seminars, tutorials and workshops.

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