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Using math as a microscope: modeling biology. (English)
Consortium, No. 103, 2-4 (2012).
Summary: Mathematics and biology have been intertwined for some time, but the synergy between the disciplines is on the rise. Mathematics can serve as a type of microscope, letting biologists peer into systems in a whole new way. Just as the microscope revolutionized science in the late 17th century, math can reveal otherwise unseen trends or patterns in data. Dr. Bori Mazzag is a professor of mathematics who directs her quantitative skills to biological problems. The author had the pleasure of interviewing her.
Classification: M60
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