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A Simbios dissemination event that will give great examples of the use of simulation driven by the laws of physics and mechanics in the life sciences.

Life in Motion is part of the annual Bio-X Symposium at Stanford University. In 2007, Bio-X, Stanford's interdisciplinary life sciences initiative, teamed up with Simbios to hold a symposium entitled: "Life in Motion". The goal of this symposium is to educate students and scientists from different disciplines about the exciting uses of simulations in the life sciences driven by the laws of physics and mechanics across a range of scales, from molecules to organisms.
Life in Motion was held on October 25th 2007 in the Clark Center at Stanford University. The POSTER ANNOUNCING THE SYMPOSIUM and The PROGRAM are available by selecting the Downloads TAB ON THE LEFT MENU.