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Systems Biology Network

What is Systems Biology?

Systems Biology (SB) is a generic approach in biology that is based on the fact that any biological entity represents a system of interacting constituents.

What is Systems Biology?

The central idea of Systems Biology is that biological processes arise from causal interactions between constituents and thus find their fundamental origin as collective behaviors within the systems under consideration. Thus, the organization and functioning of life is understood as emerging properties of biological systems.
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What is BioSys?

Systems Biology was identified in March 2015 during a deliberation carried out within the Department of Life Sciences as one of the priority areas to support and develop in order to structure Biology at Sorbonne University.

The BioSys Network

In July 2015, a working group made up of a dozen researchers and professors conducted a reflection on how to structure Systems Biology within Sorbonne University. From this reflection came the desire to create a Systems Biology Network in order to federate the community around transversal issues in Systems Biology, to stimulate exchanges between teams beyond traditional disciplinary fields and to reinforce the interactions between experimentation and modeling.
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External Events

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The Office of Scientific Training and Support for Research and the Thematic Institute Multi-Organisms Physiopathology, Metabolism, Nutrition are organizing a Research and Health Day entitled:

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