Understanding the physical principles of
Modern biophysics links multiple scales of biological organisation.
Biophysical mechanisms govern molecular functions inside the cell, which are building blocks for regulatory and metabolic networks in an organism.
Statistical physics describes principles of biological information, which is encoded in genomes and edited by evolution.
The mission of IBP is to integrate all of these research directions into an interdisciplinary science of living systems, and to train tomorrow’s research leaders in this exciting field.
We welcome Gabriela Petrungaro, a new postdoc in the Bollenbach group.
We welcome Manja Saebelfeld, a new postdoc in the Krug group.
The Bollenbach group received funding for a new robot for massively parallel systems biology in microbes.
New DFG-funded Collaborative Research Center 1310 "Predictability in Evolution" started.
Cologne Evolution Colloquium by Arne Traulsen
20.11.2018 | 16:45
Stochastic and deterministic models of microbiomes
Cologne Evolution Colloquium by Hervé Isambert
21.11.2018 | 17:00
Learning causal and non-causal networks fromlarge scale genomic and clinical data
Cologne Evolution Colloquium by Helen Alexander
29.11.2018 | 12:00
Stochastic de novo emergence of antibiotic resistance
Cologne Evolution Colloquium by Erdal Toprak
05.12.2018 | 17:00
How do proteins evolve under opposing selection factors?