Hey guys, so I am finishing my bachelor in physics and start to thing about my next steps. I am burning for very fundamental research topics but have a feeling that I lack the mathematical skill (or interest) to go deeper into theoretical physics. I started to read some literature on evolution and genetics the past weeks and was surprised to discover that many challenges on this field are all about physics. Hey, i thought then, this could be a really cool turn for me. Unfortunately, there is no master like Biophysics in my town and Biomedical Engineering seems to be very industry oriented. Pure Evolution/Genetics Master Programs like http://www.evobio.eu/ appearently only take students of biology. What do you guys think would be the best way to close that bridge? Thanks in advance!