In New IAS Gig, Levine Sees Einstein s Stomping Ground as Systems Biology Hotbed | GenomeWeb

The Institute for Advanced Study — a fruitful haven for some of the top theoreticians of the twentieth century — has set its sights on one of the twenty-first century’s most challenging research areas. The IAS recently recruited Arnold Levine to head up a new Center for Systems Biology that will apply the institute’s expertise in mathematics and physics to the complexities of molecular biology.

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