Richard A. Blythe

Richard Blythe is a Lecturer in the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Edinburgh. His research background is in nonequilibrium statistical physics, and he has particular interest in its application to understand the behavior of complex biological and social systems. More information is available at

Richard A. Blythe, Cait E. MacPhee Published November 27, 2013

Biological Physics | Interdisciplinary Physics

A model based on statistical mechanics is applied to describe a key factor determining the senescence of biological cells.