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The Physics of Living Matter explores how the techniques, methods and general philosophy of the Physical Sciences can be applied to Biology. It is concerned with the structure and organization of biological systems and has the cell at its centre. From there, it extends both down to the molecular realm and upwards towards the tissue/organism level.
This year’s symposium PLM6 will be held on the 19th and 20th of September 2011. The Lawrence Bragg lecturer this year will be Professor Sir Paul Nurse
Please note that this meeting is now fully booked. Registration will now place you onto a waiting list.
Please register for each day separately:
Registration is free for University of Cambridge researchers and affiliates. If you are from outside of Cambridge please note there is a registration fee of £100. Cheques in GBP payable to ‘University of Cambridge’ are acceptable in advance or on the day. Cash on the day is also acceptable. One payment covers registration for both days, and includes lunch on the 20th and tea coffee on both days.
For more information on the PLM symposium series go to: http://www.pom.cam.ac.uk/events.html
PLM6 is financially supported by the Company of Biologists, Andor Technologies, GSK , Dr Reddy’s, and the Journal of the Royal Society Interface.