Acknowledgements

In silico modeling: the human factor

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The editors thank Dr. Emanuele Serrelli for his editorial assistance in realizing this monographic issue: Marta Bertolaso and Miles MacLeod, eds., In Silico Modeling: The Human Factor, Issue 30 of Humana.Mente, June 2015. The work was done as a Project Manager of the Bio-Techno-Practice Research Empowering Hub.

Scientific collaborations

Bio-Techno-Practice

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Bio-Techno-Practice is an International and Interdisciplinary Laboratory devoted to the analysis of concepts emerging from science with philosophical, cultural and sociological relevance, and gathers researchers (scientists and philosophers) from different countries and universities. This allows foreseeing future trends for research and investments by focusing on the convergences among life and human sciences, physics and engineering. BTP […]

Acknowledgements

Guiding extrapolation from model to target

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Monika Piotrowska thanks me in her paper: Piotrowska M (2012). From humanized mice to human disease: guiding extrapolation from model to target. Biology and Philosophy. DOI 10.1007/s10539-012-9323-5. “I would like to thank Matt Haber, Anya Plutynski, Emanuele Serrelli, Mike Wilson, Rasmus Winther, members of the audience at ISHPSSB 2011 in Salt Lake City, and the […]