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Controlling fission and fusion shape transitions in artificial cells with self-assembled nanoparticles

  Research Group: School of Chemistry
A fundamental structural characteristic of biological matter is the compartmentalisation of its chemistry by membranes, separating distinct functional organelles within a cell or interfacing the cell with its external environment. Read more

Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) Controlled Robotic Exoskeletons

Despite much progress, the development of a brain-actuated robotic exoskeleton for patients with motor impairments to perform daily living activities using a brain-computer interface (BCI) remains an ambitious target. Read more

Machine learning vs mechanistic models: how best to untangle biological principles?

  Research Group: Institute of Quantitative Biology, Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Our appetite for ever more detailed and complex data has made computation indispensable to biological research. Over the past decades, computational systems models that capture the mechanistic interplay between biological components, have brought major advances to ourunderstanding of the inner working of living cells. Read more

Cascading failure of the aorta - The role of collagen degradation in the development of aortic dissection

The aorta is the largest conduit for blood flow in the human body and vital for cardiovascular health. Aortic dissection (AD) occurs when there is a split in the wall of the aorta, resulting in the creation of an artificial channel for blood flow, which can lead to rupture. Read more

EASTBIO Machine learning vs mechanistic models: how best to untangle biological principles?

  Research Group: Institute of Quantitative Biology, Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Our appetite for ever more detailed and complex data has made computation indispensable to biological research. Over the past decades, computational systems models that capture the mechanistic interplay between biological components, have brought major advances to our understanding of the inner working of living cells. Read more
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