“Visualization in Computational Biology” Moderated by

  • ©Mark Ellisman, Helmut Heller, Robert Langridge, and John Wooley



Entry Number: 09


    Visualization in Computational Biology

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    Computational biology, from biochemistry to ecology, is producing some of the most exciting new applications of scientific visualization. This panel discusses the visual and computational strategies behind creating dazzling portraits of molecules at work as well as brain cells in health and illness.

    They talk about visualizing how blood circulates, bones knit, plants grow, and populations interact. Life scientists are pioneering new ways to see problems and to process on scales from the microscopic to the global, and are finding new ways to use the tools of computation, both locally and globally. 

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