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Some Critical Questions in Biological Physics
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Table of Contents

Preface

Acknowledgements

Author biography

1 Molecular communication - crackling phone lines

2 How dynein works and other motor proteins

3 How brains work - wiring and consciousness

4 Spike trains and the senses - the mouse's whiskers

5 Elastic turbulence - gloopy chaos

6 How mucus works - the twenty one mysteries in man

7 Synthetic biology - reengineering bugs and molecules

8 Missing instruments - grease monkeys required

9 The structure of carbohydrates - the perfect chip

10 Evolution and antibiotics - bugmageddon

11 The regulation of expression in DNA - huge uncertainties in genetics

12 The origin of sub-diffusion inside cells - everything's gone fractional

13 Microrheology - the unexplored continents

14 Quantum phenomena in biology - the role of chunks

15 The structure of membranes - uncharted factories

16 Drug delivery - gene therapy and other stories

17 A good model for polyelectrolytes - bootstrapping with a many body problem
18 The activity of hearts - the pump that quivers

A Perspective

About the Author

Dr Thomas Andrew Waigh was a physics undergraduate at the University of Edinburgh and then completed a PhD in the Cavendish Laboratory at the University of Cambridge. This was followed by a two-year post-doc at the College de France in Paris, in the laboratory of Pierre Giles de Gennes. He then returned to the UK with a lectureship in physics at the University of Leeds. Currently, he is a senior lecturer in biological physics in the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Manchester. Previously, he has written two books on biological physics, Applied Biophysics and The Physics of Living Processes: a Mesoscopic Approach, published by Wiley. He has published more than 80 articles.

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