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Modelling and Microbiology
The aim of this theme was to identify the key future research directions and challenges at the interface between computational modelling and microbiology. Our theme activities began with a public lecture by Rosalind Allen on September 28th, 2010, entitled “Microbes: an unseen world”. During the following 12 months, we ran a series of workshops and a research conference. Our workshop topics were “Stochastic effects in microbial infection”, “Modelling microbial evolution” and “Microbial metabolic modelling”. These workshops generated key ideas and conclusions. A significant number of new ideas and interactions emerged from our focused workshops. To disseminate these, we also organised a larger, 4 day research conference, which was held at eSI, July 4th-7th, 2011.