Welcome!

Welcome! Our mission is to facilitate interactions between
physicists and life scientists, and to engender
physically sophisticated research on biological systems.

We ask questions such as:

What are the forces that organize nanometer-size molecules into functioning biological assemblies?

How do living organisms emerge from constructions of inanimate molecules?

We address these questions and many others through
collaborative research, graduate and undergraduate
student training, seminars, lectures, workshops,
and a visiting researcher program.

News & Announcements

Engineering the bacterial cell wall

Friday, April 26, 2019 - 12:00pm

Hasbrouck Room 409

Join us for the final Center for Biological Physics Lunch of spring 2019!  M. Sloan Siegrist from the UMass Microbiology Department will give an informal talk titled "Engineering the bacterial cell wall."  Lively discussion will follow!  Lunch from Atkins market is provided and all are welcome to attend!

Relevant Seminars

Biophysics Seminars
Date and time varies, click for more information.

Chemical Engineering seminars
Tuesdays at 11:30 am in LGRT 201.

Chemistry Seminars
Thursdays at 11:30 in LGRT, Refreshments at 11:00 am.

Life science related seminars
Combined calendar for the graduate programs in the life sciences at UMass

MCB Colloquia
Mondays at 12:10 am in LGRT 1634

MCB Seminars
Tuesdays at 4:00 pm in Morrill II Room 222, Refreshments at 3:45 pm.

Microbiology Seminars
Thursdays at 11:30 am in Morrill IV N201

Physics Seminars & Colloquia
Wednesdays at 4:00 pm, Refreshments at 3:40 pm, check link for location.

Polymer Science and Engineering (PSE) Seminars
Fridays at 3:35 pm in Conte A110-111.

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