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Mathematical Biology in Loughborough
This half day meeting was held in, and supported by, the Department of
Mathematical Sciences at Loughborough University on 10th January 2001. A broad spectrum of
topics in Mathematical Biology were covered by four invited speakers:
David Sumpter (Oxford)
The Role of Colony Size in Collective
Decision Making by Ants and Bees
Eamonn Gaffney (Birmingham)
Investigating a model of Angiogenesis
John Ward (Nottingham)
Spatial effects in bacterial cell-cell signalling
Steve Coombes (Loughborough)
Travelling waves in neural dendrites
Over 30 participants and a relatively informal atmosphere made for a
stimulating afternoon with plenty of interesting questions during and
after all the talks. People interested in participating in future
meetings should contact either Markus Owen
(email: M.R.Owen@lboro.ac.uk) or
Source: Markus Owen (M.R.Owen@lboro.ac.uk)
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