CNLS q-bio Seminars

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This weekly series of seminars aims to advance predictive modeling of cellular regulation, decision making, and other information processing phenomena. The emphasis is on deep theoretical understanding, detailed modeling, and quantitative experimentation directed at understanding the behavior of particular regulatory systems and/or elucidating general principles of cellular information processing. The seminar series has the same scientific and educational goals as the q-bio Conference and Summer School. CNLS also sponsors a monthly series of q-bio public lectures, which are aimed at disseminating biological knowledge gained through quantitative experimentation and mathematical, computational, and/or statistical analyses of data.



  • Time: Tuesday, 2:00-3:00 PM.
  • Place: CNLS Conference Room, Building 1690, TA-3, Los Alamos National Laboratory



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