New Frontiers in Physical Sciences and Oncology: Information Theory in Time and Space The National Cancer Institute (NCI) Office of Physical Sciences-Oncology hosted a symposium, New Frontiers in Physical Sciences and Oncology, to share research at the intersection of the physical and life sciences and how this convergence is impacting cancer research. This video features the session on "Information Theory in Time and Space" moderated by Jan Liphardt (Stanford University), a keynote address by Frank McCormick (UCSF) on the impact of physical science perspectives on Ras signaling, Job Dekker (University of Massachusetts Medical School) on the structure and stability of genomes, and Mike Levin (Tufts University) on bioelectric fields.