I majored in neuroscience and applied math in college and want to do computational neuroscience research long term. Being at the crossroads of biology and physical sciences, I think a lot about how the two "worlds" view each other. The lab I'm currently in has some people directly from the physical sciences "world" (physics & electrical engg) and many of them truly love brains. Hard not to. Yet, I have noticed from talking to them that they sometimes miss the order and structure of, say, physics. As the saying goes, biology is messy. Is this a common feeling for those in physical sciences? If I may also add, how much do you keep up with what goes on in the biological sciences? Even from "physics land" synthetic organisms, growing organs "in a test-tube" and neuroscience-inspired computer vision (nice mix of bio and math.), must seem pretty cool.