life science

  1. any of the branches of natural science dealing with the structure and behavior of living organisms
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  • But the man's music - he is some sort of insomniac violinist - reminds me of the time I lived next to Huntingdon Life Sciences when they got a new delivery of cats.
  • In the last several decades, the world has witnessed a knowledge explosion in the life sciences based on an understanding of genes and how they work.
  • BIOME, the gateway to health resources as part of the Resource Discovery Network, now has 25,000 "valuated, quality Internet resources in the health and life sciences, aimed at students, researchers, academics and practitioners". Internet News: Health Archives
  • With the development of Laser Biography, the optical trapping technology based on microbeam laser becomes an effective tool in the research of life science and bioengineering little by little.
  • However, groupware developed specifically for life sciences centers around the in silico discovery process.
  • The topics of interest cover the use of light for therapeutic and diagnostic purposes - from fundamental principles to development and application - and extend to the interaction of light with biological material at the molecular, membrane, cell and organ levels (including phototoxicity and photosensitizer molecules and particles), as well as to novel optical imaging techniques (including functional imaging for applications in life sciences). Naturejobs - All Jobs
  • It is understood that the university's reputation for medicine and life sciences could be a deciding factor in the firm's decision on the site for its new venture.
  • Arts and social science students account for the biggest share of places but the physical and life sciences are not far behind. Times, Sunday Times
  • Automatic biochemistry analyzers are important instruments of clinic diagnosis, life science and biochemistry analyzer.
  • According to the scientists, this patterning technique opens new prospects for developing nanosised objects in fields such as electronics, future chip technology, medicine, life sciences, and optoelectronics. World’s Smallest 3D Map of the Earth | Impact Lab
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