The Mission and Structure
The (World) Networks for Biosystem Science and Engineering (WNBSE),
it's goal is for the advancement of investigating the bio-logic
foundamentals and engineering applications of the genomic intelligence,
The biosystem science (system bioscience) is the science
of computational, experimental and engineering manipulation of biosystems, includes analysis and synthesis of biosystems in genomes and organisms.
The WNBSE will promote the research of the
patterning from biomolecules, cellular phenotypes to organic
systems, such as neural network, vascular systems and the development of
bionic intelligence (nano-robotics), transgenic organism etc. for the
The WNBSE is a non-profit organization for global cooperation in structural, functional
and evolutional genomics, and is an international non-government
community that transcends the boundaries of nationalities, race,
religion and politics. The Unions of Transgenics -
synthetic biology (IUT),
systems biology (Zieglgansberger
W & Tolle TR,1993),
medicine and pharmacology (Zeng BJ. 1992,
systems genetics (Zeng BJ.
(biological engineering, Zeng BJ. 1994) etc. are included.
The genbrain biosystem network of the WNBSE, is a
network of academic and industrial informatics for R & D institutions,
which includes the aspects of nanotechnology, bio-computing, genomics and
transgenics etc., will improve the academic collaboration, industrial
developing and philosophy research of biosystems.
bioinformatics of biosystem science
is proposed for communication at the world wide. The WNBSE (Nature Vol.
401, Kybernetes,Vol.28, 1999) is in
response to hold conference and exhibition on biosystems, and publish the
Structurity Bulletin (biosystem analytics) as serial volumes.
The system biological engineering will be exploring of
bio-medicine, bio-agriculture and bio-industrials etc. The mission of WNBSE is to promote the advancement of science and engineering of
biosystems, and reservation of bio-resources for the world peace and the
prosperity of humankind.
*,A term for a
whole concept of systems psychology (Parry J. B. 1958), systems ecology
(1963), systems biology (1968), systems physiology (1973),systems
medicine (or system bio-medicine, 1992), system
genetics (1994) and systems biological engineering (system bio-engineering
or systems biotechnology, 1994).