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Advances in Biochemistry and Biophysics


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This monograph series offers expert summaries of cutting edge topics across all areas of biological physics. Individual titles address such topics as molecular biophysics, statistical biophysics, molecular modeling, single-molecule biophysics, and chemical biophysics. The goal of the series is to facilitate interdisciplinary research by training biologists and biochemists in quantitative aspects of modern biomedical research and to teach key biological principles to advanced students in physical sciences and engineering.

Authors are also welcome to contact the publisher (Physics Editor, Carolina Antunes: [email protected])  to discuss new title ideas.

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Colloidal Active Matter Concepts, Experimental Realizations, and Models

Colloidal Active Matter: Concepts, Experimental Realizations, and Models

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By Francesc Sagués Mestre
September 27, 2022

What do bird flocks, bacterial swarms, cell tissues, and cytoskeletal fluids have in common? They are all examples of active matter. This book explores how scientists in various disciplines, from physics to biology, have collated a solid corpus of experimental designs and theories during the last ...

Pulling Rabbits Out of Hats Using Mathematical Modeling in the Material, Biophysical, Fluid Mechanical, and Chemical Sciences

Pulling Rabbits Out of Hats: Using Mathematical Modeling in the Material, Biophysical, Fluid Mechanical, and Chemical Sciences

1st Edition

By David Wollkind, Bonni J. Dichone
November 10, 2021

Pulling Rabbits Out of Hats: Using Mathematical Modeling in the Material, Biophysical, Fluid Mechanical, and Chemical Sciences focuses on those assumptions made during applied mathematical modeling in which the phenomenological data and the model predictions are self-consistent. This ...

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