What is systems biology?
Systems Biology (SB) is a generic approach in biology that is based on the fact that any biological entity (a genome, a cell, an organ, an individual, a population, etc.) represents a system formed of interacting constituents. The central idea of the BS is that biological processes come from the causal interactions between constituents and thus find their fundamental origin as than collective behavior within the systems under consideration. Thus, the organization and functioning of life is understood as emerging properties of biological systems.
Systems Biology Structures in France
The BioSys network has referenced these structures devoted to research in Systems Biology in France.
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: