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The Physical Biology Circle Meeting is a yearly conference bringing together early-career researchers from leading European institutions in the field of biophysics. Experimental and theoretical researchers working in biological physics in a broad sense are encouraged to submit their work. Topics covered will include, but not be limited to, cell biophysics, tissue mechanics, bioenergetics, physics of DNA, active matter, and cell signaling.
Only applications from members of participating institutions can be considered.
Adolfo Alsina and Pablo Sartori
Cover image courtesy of NordenLab. Adapted from Amoeboid-like migration ensures correct horizontal cell layer formation in the developing vertebrate retina, R. Amini et al., eLife, 2022.
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