Alex Lancaster is a co-author on a paper in Nature Communications on the evolution of transcriptional networks through stochastic computational modeling.
Simulations explore the role of the “Rock, Paper, Scissors” game in evolution and the maintenance of biodiversity
If we wish to “do” biology on computers, we face the same kind of challenges that the designers of programming languages have had to grapple with for decades.
Ronin Institute seminar on cellular modeling from Amber Biology’s Alex Lancaster is now up on the Institute’s YouTube channel
Amber Biology’s unique Python for Life Scientists course expanding to 10-12 weeks.
In October of last year, Gordon gave a seminar on agent-based, stochastic modeling for The Ronin Institute.
Here’s a simple but illuminating population dynamics model, the central algorithm for which can be implemented in only 5 lines of Python.
Hot off the press at The Digital Biologist is this tutorial on how to build a dynamic, agent-based model of a cell signaling network.
Alex Lancaster will talk about Amber Biology & TESS at University of New England’s Kirby Observatory in New South Wales, Australia.
If you’re working in genomics or next-generation sequencing, don’t swallow the myth that Python is too slow for the kind of heavy computation that you need.
As this beautiful image with over 200,000 stars shows, the cameras on the NASA TESS spacecraft are now working and beaming images back to earth.
There are excellent reasons for biologists to consider looking beyond differential equations as their tool of choice for modeling and simulating biological systems.
Amber Biology Partner, Alex Lancaster, will be presenting at the Statistical Bioinformatics Seminar at the Charles Perkins Centre at the University of Sydney.
Here we develop a simple Python function to help us evaluate the performance of biomarkers in diagnosing disease.
TESS is in orbit and there are a lot of very happy people on the NASA TESS mission team today!
TESS LAUNCH DAY!!! It's finally T-minus a few hours until the launch of the TESS mission on a SpaceX Falcon booster.
Amber Biology was recently commissioned by a biotechnology company, to build a dynamic, agent-based model of a biological pathway.
As part of the mission team, Amber Biology's partners got to sign the TESS Mission plaque, one version of which will be attached to the satellite.
We are very excited to start teaching our 8-week course Python For Life Scientists at Boston Children's Hospital on Feb. 13th.
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We had some fun reworking our company logo appropriately for the season. We hope you enjoy it and that you all have a great Halloween!
A brief video demo of a collaborative, cloud-based biological modeling platform running in a web browser.
Amber Biology is proud to sponsor the Second Annual Entrepreneurial Aussie event…
Python for the Life Sciences is now on a book shelf near you…
Leanpub talks with Amber Principal, Alex Lancaster…
All Biology is Computational Biology makes an passionate case that computational biologists contribute crucial conceptual tools …
Gordon talks with LeanPub about his career, books, and Amber's experience publishing Python for the Life Sciences …
Amber Biology is proud to announce that our book Python for the Life Sciences is now available in print…
Amber Biology is presenting at the Boston Python Meetup, on the modeling of biological pattern formation ...
Python for the Life Sciences has been updated and improved, and is now available in EPUB, PDF and MOBI digital formats …