For undergraduate courses in math modeling, and biology calculus courses in departments of math and life sciences.
Designed for students who understand the simple basics of calculus, this text focuses on the differential equations and related subjects that are commonly used today by working life scientists. It emphasizes both the mathematics and how the mathematics is employed in order to introduce some potentially useful tools and modes of thought to future experimental biologists.
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'Graduates of this course will be prepared to discuss the setup and structure of the underlying model, and to engage with the type of predictions that it can make. That's an admirable accomplishment for a book at this level! Moreover, equipping undergraduates with such a toolkit can open truly exciting doors for thinking about biology, a theme that runs throughout this text.' SIAM ReviewBook Description:
Drawing on a very successful one-semester course at Harvard, this text teaches students in the life sciences how to use differential equations. It is enriched with illustrative examples from real papers. Necessary ideas from mathematics are introduced as and when needed, and in the context of applications.
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