Systems biology

Working group study looking at an advancing field of inquiry that applies the concepts of systems engineering and mathematical modelling to improve understanding of complex biological/medical systems

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Systems biology is a rapidly advancing field of inquiry that applies the concepts of systems engineering and mathematical modelling to improve understanding of complex biological/medical systems.

In 2005 the Academy of Medical Sciences and the Royal Academy of Engineering identified it as an area of scientific and national priority and set up a joint working group to investigate.

In February 2007 two Academies published the report of the working group that highlights Systems Biology as a groundbreaking new approach to scientific research and calls for more support for research at the intersection of engineering and biology to ensure the UK remains competitive.

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