Biology is moving from the study of isolated parts to the study of dynamic and integrated systems.
Systems Biology requires interdisciplinary approaches, often linking researchers with different training and cultural backgrounds.
Our purpose is to foster networking in systems biology: to set up international contacts, to enable the exchange of students and faculty, and to share a wide variety of resources for education and research.
This resource is currently maintained by the Duke Center for Systems Biology at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. The Duke Center for Systems Biology is one of thirteen National Centers for Systems Biology in the United States, supported by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences' Systems Biology Initiative.
As part of educational and outreach efforts, it is our mission to increase international collaborative efforts between Systems Biology Centers in the United States and other institutions worldwide.
- Asst or Assoc Professor in systems biology posting at Bio. Sciences Dpt & Life Sciences Center, U. of Missouri http://t.co/4AubqJ6StJ
Posted 3 days ago.
- MLSB13, the Seventh International Workshop on Machine Learning in Systems Biology Berlin, Germany, July 19-20, 2013 http://t.co/T1OQ3fGu00
Posted April 05, 2013
- 2nd Asian Regional Conference on Systems Biology (ARCSB) 2013
8-9 October 2013, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia http://t.co/AOKtbyRYGo
Posted April 01, 2013
- RT @francisrowland: Giant hair balls of biological data? That will be The Ridiculome. :) #vizbi
Posted March 21, 2013