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Mathematical approaches to modelling and remodelling biological tissues

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Biological tissues are complex, evolving structures, characterised by interactions that act across diverse space and time scales. In this talk I aim to illustrate how theoretical studies of biological tissues can provide new mechanistic insight into their behaviours while also acting as a source of mathematically challenging problems. I will take inspiration from recent studies of cancer and tissue engineering.

This talk is part of the Mathematics Colloquium series.

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