Biological Systems

Some articles on biological systems, systems, biological:

Behavior Trees - Applications - Biological Systems
... they can be used for describing a range of systems not limited to those that are computer-based ... In a biological context, BTs can be used to piece together a procedural interpretation of biological functions described in research papers, treating ...
California Institute For Quantitative Biosciences (QB3) - Faculty - Research
... scientists choose affiliations with one of nine research themes Biological Imaging visualizing biological systems at all scales atoms, cells, organs Biomaterials Stem Cells Development of ... and biophysical analysis of cellular processes visualizing biological systems at all scales atoms, cells, organs Chemical Biology applying the tools of chemistry to biology, aiding in drug discovery and interrogation ... Synthetic Biology design, redesign and construction of new biological parts, devices, and systems Theoretical Modeling of Biological Systems Theoretical and computational analysis of macromolecules, biological ...
Oak Ridge National Laboratory - Research Programs
... will give researchers detailed snapshots of smaller samples of physical and biological materials than previously possible ... in 2006–2007 greatly enhances the reactor’s research capabilities, particularly in the biological sciences ... is home to two massively parallel computer systems manufactured by Cray ...

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