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Shishi Luo : How I learned to stop worrying and love mathematical biology

Biology has given mathematicians many new problems to work on in the last half century and the role of mathematics in biology research is only increasing. Through a series of examples, ranging from coat pattern formation to the evolution of RNA viruses, I will illustrate the insight that a mathematical treatment can give to problems in biology and will also discuss the difficulties involved in doing mathematical biology.

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