Katherine Holzbaur of Wake Forest University Medical School simulates the biomechanics of the upper limb.
Researchers now have a tool for imaging the structures of biological molecules—and they are reaping the benefits big time.
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How Simbios' state-of-the-art software tools are contributing to high-impact biomedical research
To understand biology—and provide appropriate medical care—scientists need to understand interactions across multiple scales. Hence the Physiome.
Biomechanical models contribute to a better understanding of both the normal and the diseased eye.