The q-bio Summer School and Conference

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What is q-bio?

q-bio is a series of conferences and affiliated summer schools, which aim at advancing predictive modeling of cellular regulation, decision making, formation of response, and other information processing phenomena. The emphasis is on deep theoretical understanding, detailed modeling, and quantitative experimentation directed at understanding the behavior of particular regulatory systems and/or elucidating general principles of cellular information processing. Unlike many biological conferences, which focus on specific model systems, q-bio focuses on understanding of phenomena, which manifest themselves in many biological systems.

The q-bio Conference is not affiliated with arXiv.q-bio, but symbiotically coordinates with it.

The origin of the term q-bio is explained here.

q-bio 2013

q-bio 2012

q-bio 2011

q-bio 2010

q-bio 2009

q-bio 2008

q-bio 2007

Contact

For more information about the q-bio Conference or Summer School, feel free contact the organizers (q-bio12@cnls.lanl.gov).

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