# Mathematical biology/Bibliography

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- Berret, Bastien; Christian Darlot & Frédéric Jean et al. (2008), "The Inactivation Principle: Mathematical Solutions Minimizing the Absolute Work and Biological Implications for the Planning of Arm Movements",
*PLoS Computational Biology***4**: e1000194, DOI:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1000194

- A nice example of how biological and mathematical research may intertwine at times

- de Vries G, Hillen T. (2008) Teaching Mathematical Biology in a Summer School for Undergraduates.
*Mathematical Modeling of Biological Systems*Volume II, Chapter 32, pages 369-377. | Serves as an introduction to the discipline of mathematical biology as taught in one undergraduate setting.- Our summer school…teaches the following applied math skills in the context of mathematical biology: theory, modelling, analysis, computation, data fitting, and prediction.

- Cohen JE (2004) Mathematics Is Biology's Next Microscope, Only Better; Biology Is Mathematics' Next Physics, Only Better. PLoS Biol 2(12): e439.
- Charles Darwin was right when he wrote that people with an understanding “of the great leading principles of mathematics… seem to have an extra sense” (F. Darwin 1905 [Darwin F, editor. (1905) The life and letters of Charles Darwin. New York: Appleton. Available: http://pages.britishlibrary.net/charles.darwin/texts/letters/letters1_02.html via the Internet.]). Today's biologists increasingly recognize that appropriate mathematics can help interpret any kind of data. In this sense, mathematics is biology's next microscope, only better.
- See alo: Biology's next microscope: Mathematics