Biophysics @ ICTS

September 2019

September 2019. Standing (L-R) Aniruddha, Vijay Krishnamurthy, Sankaran Nampoothiri, V Jemseena, Shashank Roy. Sitting (L-R) Siddharth Jha, Ahandeep Manna, Aditya Singh Rajput, Saaransh Singhal, Pritha Dolai, Shray Chaturvedi

We are at the International Centre for Theoretical Sciences of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in Bengaluru.

Our primary research interests are to understand the physics of living systems. We are interested in mechanobiology, physics of the actomyosin cytoskeleton, active matter, and mechanochemical pattern formation. We seek to unravel the fundamental physical principles of morphogenesis in living systems. Specifically, we are keen to explore the connections between biochemical signalling, active mechanics and the geometry of shape in various biological phenomena. We are particularly fascinated by embryonic development and the role of mechanical forces and deformations/flows in these morphogenetic processes.

Life is Physics

PRL Editorial: Physics and Life

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