What is life? – The future of biology seminar series, August 29
Title: What is life in the language of networks: Adaptation and survival strategies of complex system
Speaker: Peter Csermely, Semmelweis University, School of Medicine, Department of Medical Chemistry, Budapest
Host: Ingemar Ernberg
Location: The Hillarp lecture hall, Retzius väg 8, KI Campus
The What is Life-seminar series is inspired by the seminal book What is life? by Erwin Schrödinger, published 60 years ago. In this seminar series this question is addressed again, in view of the impressive development since then.
Leading scientists with an overview perspective are invited to discuss the challenges that meet us today in biology, as a result of the -omics era, the availability of large amounts of data as a result of high through-put techniques, and the possibilities provided by mathematics, simulation theory and computational biology.
Ingemar Ernberg, MTC, Karolinska Institutet
Mathias Uhlén, Science for Life Laboratory