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Volume 109, Issue 2: July 21, 2015

Simulating Cell Packing to Understand Organ Growth: the cover image shows what can be done using detailed computational models to understand organ growth. 

Fluorescence Methods is the latest Virtual Issue from Biophysical Journal and is now available free until August 27, 2015. This collection of 13 articles from BJ offers new ways to apply fluorescence probes, spectroscopy, or microscopy. The applications range from DNA dynamics to electrophysiology to membrane organization to single-molecule trajectories in living cells.


Biophysical Journal Poster Awards were awarded to three outstanding student presentations at the recent Thematic Meeting “New Biological Frontiers Illuminated by Molecular Sensors and Actuators.” Congratulations!

  Hsin-Ya Lou, Stanford University
Vertical Nanopillar for In Situ Probe of Nuclear Mechanotransduction

Maohan Su, National University of Singapore
Curvature-Generating Proteins and Subcellular Pattern Formation

Hung-Yi Wu, National Taiwan University
RecA E38K Mutant Displaces SSB without Apparent ssDNA Length Dependence

The Publications Committee of BPS has issued a Call for Nominations for the position of Editor-in-Chief of the Society’s flagship publication
Biophysical Journal. Confidential nominations should be made to the Publications Committee through the Society Office at eic@biophysics.org. The deadline for nominations is February 1, 2016.

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