Physics of Life’ summer school brings students to Princeton for biophysics explorations

Monday, Jul 15, 2019

To survive, organisms must solve a number of physics problems: converting energy from one form to another, detecting weak signals in a noisy environment, building structures that extend far beyond the natural scales of their building blocks and more.  For a physicist, understanding life means discovering and articulating the physical principles that govern these essential functions. What would it mean for a generation of young scientists to have that bio-physical perspective? The main article here