Posts tagged systems biology
If you really want to understand how a biological pathway works, build one.

Amber Biology was recently commissioned by a biotechnology company, to build a dynamic, agent-based model of a biological pathway.

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Python Introductory Course: Python For Life Scientists

We are very excited to start teaching our 8-week course Python For Life Scientists at Boston Children's Hospital on Feb. 13th.

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A Collaborative Cloud-Based Biological Modeling Platform

A brief video demo of a collaborative, cloud-based biological modeling platform running in a web browser.

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Python For The Life Sciences: Update

After about a year of work and barring a few last-minute tweaks to the layout, it looks like we finally have our book Python For The Life Sciences, ready to publish.

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Python For Handling 96-Well Plate Data and Automation

There’s hardly a life science lab you can walk into these days, without seeing a ton of 96-well plates and instruments that read and handle them. That’s why we’ve dedicated an entire chapter of our forthcoming book Python For The Life Sciences, to the humble 96-well plate.

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Python For The Life Sciences: Table of contents now available

Our book Python For The Life Sciences is now nearing publication. Quite a number of people have asked us to release a table of contents for the book, so without further ado, here is the first draft of the table of contents.

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Getting the green light for metastasis

What the authors of this new article describe is a fundamental pathway by which cells make the transition from a cooperative way of life, to the kind of maverick cell that blazes its own trail regardless of the consequences to the organism.

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