Rutgers University Department of Physics and Astronomy

Biological Physics

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In recent years, the nature and volume of biological data is driving a revolution in how biology is done. The activities range from understanding individual molecule to studying evolution of complex multicellular organisms. Our group focuses on such "multi-scale" phenomena that drives research at the fertile junction between biophysics, bioinformatics, systems biology, and theoretical evolutionary biology.

To learn more, look at the pages of the members of the group.


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Updated August 18, 2011