In this seminar, we will study influential research articles on stochastic processes and networks in biology. We will explore a broad range of concepts and mathematical models that are fundamental for present-day research on the physics of life. Every student will have the opportunity to pick a topic and is then expected to read the assigned articles and to present the topic in the seminar. While the focus of the seminar is on theory, the presentations should also contain the relevant biology and experimental aspects. The seminar is intended for students with a good understanding of theoretical physics, eg, through prior participation in the course “Advanced Statistical Physics”. The course “Stochastic Dynamics of Particles and Fields” can be taken in parallel and the seminar is designed to complement this course.