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Date: Fri Mar 29 09:36:27 2019
Subject: 19.06.23 EMBO Workshop: Synergy of experiment and computation in quantitative systems biology. Nove Hrady, Czech Republic
EMBO Workshop: Synergy of experiment and computation in quantitative systems biology

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Extended registration deadline: 15th April 2019

Worksop is co-organized by EMBO. Conference fee 220 EUR for students and postdocs. 
EMBO travel grants are available. 

Venue: Conference Center, Zamek 136, Nove Hrady, Czech Republic

About the Workshop
Computational methods and biophysical experiments have advanced rapidly
in parallel over recent decades, and are now applied widely to gain 
molecular-level insights on biological systems. The vast majority of biophysical 
methods report on the behavior of populations of molecules or on the properties 
of states of a system. Yet a quantitative understanding of biological systems 
requires a molecular-level description of phenomena that is generally 
unobtainable from measurements carried out in bulk. Computations carried out 
on single macromolecules do not necessarily reflect the statistical nature
of molecular behaviors or systems that is captured by experiment. 
Yet computational approaches can be highly valuable for predicting
and interpreting experimental results, and for designing critical experiments 
to test hypotheses. Experimental and computational biophysicists could advance 
their fundamental knowledge of biological systems more rapidly and thoroughly
by applying the two approaches in concert. Thus, both experimentalists
and computational biologists, and biology itself, stand to benefit
from this EMBO Workshop how best to exploit the synergies of the two approaches.
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