The Estonian school in theoretical biology as a tradition of holistic, developmental and constructivist ideas in general biology goes back to K.F.Burdach, one who coined the term biology in 1800, and his pupil, a greatest biologist of the 19th century Karl Ernst von Baer. Among their followers can be named G.Teichmüller, G.Bunge, Jakob von Uexküll, E.Oldekop and many others.
The Theoretical Biology and Biophysics Group (T-10) at Los Alamos National Laboratory focuses on the modeling of biological systems and the analysis and informatics of molecular and cellular biological data. T-10 is engaged in basic research as well as the development and maintenance of resources for the scientific community.
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