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Today’s students in college biology and other science courses are increasingly being asked to analyze problems in quantitative ways, and now they have a new textbook to help them do so. Mathematics for the Life Sciences, published this month by Princeton Press and co-authored by scientists at the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis at UT, teaches readers about basic mathematical and statistical methods that can be used to explore and explain biological phenomena.

Read more about the book at NIMBioS.