The nonlinearity of life

Abstract

Statistical physics was originally developed to understand the behaviour of materials like gases, liquids or crystalline solids and the phase transitions between them. But in recent decades, concepts from statistical physics have been applied much more widely, in particular to biological systems.

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Volume 51
Issue number 5
Pages 35-37
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