The maths of life and death—the secret weapon in the fight against disease

Maths is the language of science. It crops up everywhere from physics to engineering and chemistry – aiding us in understanding the origins of the universe and building bridges that won't collapse in the wind. Perhaps a little more surprisingly, maths is also increasingly integral to biology.

Algorithms could hold the key to fighting killer diseases

Traditionally, biology has been viewed as too complex to be explained by maths, but this is changing: Mathematical biologists have, for example, built computer models of the heart.

Thu 15 Jun 17 from Daily Mail

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