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Biomedical Physics research featured by American Physical Society

A visualisation of the time evolution of a chronotaxic system A visualisation of the time evolution of a chronotaxic system

A paper published in Physical Review Letters by Lancaster University physicists Yevhen Suprunenko, Philip Clemson and Aneta Stefanovska has been selected for a Focus article on the American Physical Society's homepage.

Michael Schirber's article, Modeling the Not-So-Steady Heart, investigates research carried out by Lancaster's Nonlinear and Biomedical Physics group on a mathematical model for the stable - but not perfectly periodic - beating of the heart and similar biological systems.

Fri 19 July 2013