In the 1990s, Lucier continued to expand the scientific basis for risk assessment when he joined efforts with NIEHS biomathematician
Chris Portier to transform science's understanding of receptor-mediated toxicology.
Dr Vergu is a biomathematician
in the Applied Mathematics and Computer Science Unit at the French National Institute for Agricultural Research.
During the past couple of decades, predator-prey models with diffusion in a patchy environment have attracted significant attention from ecologists, biologists, and biomathematicians
. Many important works and monographs about the properties of population dynamics in a spatial idiosyncratic environment, for example, permanence, extinction, and global asymptotic stability of positive periodic solutions, have been written (see [2-14]).
By repeating this thousands of times, and then working with IFR's biomathematicians
, it was possible to produce a 'fingerprint' that characterise different mucins, which means that we could differentiate between mucins derived from different parts of the gut.
(28.) Here I am not at all advocating extreme mathematical relativism, which is no solution at all, given the fact that we shall continue to engage, and be engaged by, evolutionist biomathematicians
. On the contrary, what I have in mind is a meta-mathematical, methodological equivalence of creationary and evolutionary biomathematics as a shared basis for mutual constructive engagement, somewhat along the lines of Stephen C.