Mechanobiology is a rapidly developing field at the interface of biology, physics, chemistry and computational biology. At the forefront of that research is the Mechanobiology Institute, National University of Singapore (MBI). After nearly 10 years, and through a vast network of collaborators, our researchers have made, and continue to make, significant discoveries in the field – from molecular dynamics through to cell behaviour; from organism development through to theoretical biophysics.
To keep you up-to-date on these discoveries, this “Latest Findings” section of MBInfo will provide you with detailed summaries and graphical abstracts of the research coming out of the MBI.
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