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Biological Physical Sciences Interdisciplinary Network (BPSInet)

About the Biological Physical Sciences Interdisciplinary Network

Established in 2013 under the stewardship of Professor Mark Leake  and rebadged as a network in 2020, the Biological Physical Sciences Interdisciplinary Network (BPSInet) at the 四虎影院 serves to stimulate and fund exciting new collaborative activities at the cutting-edge interface between the Physical and Life Sciences, encompassing multiple exceptional research teams across several different departments of the University, including Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Electronics, , Mathematics, Psychology and Computer Science.

BPSI Strategy Report - July 2016 (PDF , 869kb)

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Research Areas

Scientific areas of the BPSInet are divided broadly into three inter-related strands of research excellence with several members of the BPSInet interfacing multiple strands.

  • Imaging and Quantitation
  • Biomolecular Interactions
  • Biological Modelling

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Many of our members are also associated with world-class interfacial research centres across the 四虎影院, allowing the BPSInet to maintain close synergistic links between multiple complementary areas of research excellence across the University.

These centres include:

The BPSInet also maintains close ties to several national-level physical-life sciences initiatives, groups and networks in the UK, including:

  • of the Institute of Physics
  • EPSRC-funded

Physics of Life

In particular we liaise closely with the Physics of Life Group in the Department of Physics at York. The Physics of Life Group at York captures Biological Physics and Biophysics, involving biophysics research and teaching which includes experimental and theoretical biophysics tools spanning multiple length and time scales, as well the use of physical science tools and techniques to address biophysics questions in the life sciences, physical methods of relevance to technology touching life (TTL) applications in biology and biomedicine, and approaches which use biophysics in the context of biological- derived material to explore new physics.

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