Professor Raymond E. Goldstein: Upside down and inside out: Understanding early multicellular life

Speaker: Professor Raymond E. Goldstein FRS, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Some of the most fundamental questions in evolutionary biology revolve around transitions from unicellular to multicellular life, a process intimately linked to the development of complex biological structures.  This talk will illustrate how approaches from the physical sciences have helped us understand these “endless forms most beautiful” (as Darwin said).

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Event information

Date

22 Feb 2022

Time

4:30 pm

Location

Norah Boyce Science Lecture - online