Come join us! Ongoing presentation/discussion series - Soft matter, computational physics and statistical mechanics. FlinT has started a bi-weekly gathering: Wednesdays 11 – 12:00 at the FLinT Commons. Each gathering features a presentation of finished research, discussion of ongoing research, ideas for future research and collaborations, presentations of interesting papers, students presenting their work or other topics of mutual interest and benefit.
There are over 100 definitions for life and all are wrong - interview with Steen Rasmussen et. al.
Scientists and philosophers have spent millennia pondering what it is that makes something alive. If anything, the problem of defining life has become even more difficult over the last 100 years or so.
Introduction to the physics, (bio)chemistry and computational science of self-replicating systems for PhD students and advanced MS students.
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