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Tom Gorochowski wins award at International Conference on Systems Biology

15 October 2010

Congratulations to Tom Gorochowski, who has won Best Poster at the International Conference on Systems Biology, 10-16th October. This is the world's main systems biology conference, typically attracting 1000 attendees. Tom's prize was in the Computational Methods and Tools Session chaired by Sophia Ananiadou and Pedro Mendes, and was sponsored by Sulsa.

Congratulations to Tom Gorochowski, who has won Best Poster at the International Conference on Systems Biology, 10-16th October. This is the world's main systems biology conference, typically attracting 1000 attendees. Tom's prize was in the Computational Methods and Tools Session chaired by Sophia Ananiadou and Pedro Mendes, and was sponsored by Sulsa.

Tom is a PhD student at the Bristol Centre for Complexity Sciences. His PhD is jointly supervised by Claire Grierson in Biology and Mario di Bernardo in Engineering Mathematics.

You can take a look at Tom's poster online (PDF).

NetEvo: Computational Evolution of Dynamical Complex Networks NetEvo is a computational toolkit and collection of end-user tools designed to bring together network topology, dynamics and evolution. With these features integral to many biological systems, these tools can be used to model and analyse a wide range of behaviours; from the dynamics of protein interaction networks to the evolution of gene networks, or even the coordinated behaviour of social animals. NetEvo is open source software and is free to use. To find out more check out the NetEvo website.

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