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Quantitative Life Sciences


The progressive integration of a wide range of different disciplines - including physics, statistics, information theory, biochemistry, genetics and medicine, population genetics and game theory - and increased availability of quantitative data has led to major advances in most diverse domains of life sciences, from molecular and cell biology to terrestrial and oceanic ecology, economics and quantitative finance. The integration process between disciplines has led to the consolidation of a new research domain, which we describe as ‘quantitative life sciences’ to provide a sense of its breadth. Detailed information...

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» QLS Seminar: Hydrodynamic signatures of stationary Marangoni-driven surfactant transport

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» Workshop on Operations Research of Biological Systems | (smr 3223)

» Winter School on Quantitative Systems Biology: Learning and Artificial Intelligence | (smr 3246)

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Past Activities

Conferences, workshops and schools

A look at ICTP's past QLS-related activities