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[SOurce: University of Arizona Communications] - Biology, once largely descriptive science that relied on biologists observing and describing in words what they saw, has evolved into a discipline that more often relies on mathematical models.
This is driving the need for researchers trained in biology and also in mathematical and computational techniques who can use computers and mathematics to obtain better understanding of biological systems.
The Arizona Research Laboratories at The University of Arizona with grant funding from the National Institutes of Health will be able to train graduate students to do just that.
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