Technology is driving revolutionary changes in biology. Over the past decade, scientists and engineers have begun to define the path forward in the genomic era. Systems Biology has arisen as the deduction of interaction networks from -omics data generated in the wake of remarkable technological achievements. Likewise, DNA synthesis technologies are driving the development of Synthetic Biology, whereby engineered circuitry and even entire genomes can be reconstituted from chemical building blocks. These two emerging areas have catalyzed the growth of Quantitative Biology, whereby the central goal is the deduction of quantitative principles that can be used to construct predictive models for biological phenomena.
The Winter q-bio meeting welcomes scientists and engineers who are interested in all areas of q-bio. For 2014, the meeting will be hosted at the Hilton Waikoloa Village. More details can be found under Accommodations, and registration is now open!
If you wish to present your work at the conference, either as an oral talk or a poster, you must submit an abstract through the conference website by the December 2nd deadline. As requested by participants at the last meeting, a number of selected contributed talks will be interspersed with the invited talks during the plenary morning sessions (in addition to the contributed talks in the breakout sessions).Abstract guidelines and submission information at: http://w-qbio.org/abstracts/