Physical Biology: New Journal to Unite Physics and Biology

July 2004
DESIDOC Bulletin of Information Technology;July2004, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p30
Academic Journal
This article provides information on the Physical Biology journal released by the Institute of Physics in Great Britain, as of July 2004. The journal aims to unite physics and biology to understand the biological systems--from the role of the structure of a single molecule to the way in which cells communicate and how whole organisms work. Physical Biology is a peer-reviewed journal that will help foster the integration of biology with the traditionally more quantitative fields of physics, chemistry, computer science and other mathematics-based disciplines. It will publish a combination of articles, communications, perspectives, tutorials and reviews. The journal is led by an editorial scientific committee that includes leaders in the field.


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