Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to the organic molecules (especially macromolecules) that are found in living organisms

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to the biomolecules.

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Examples

  • The Milwaukee School of Engineering next fall will launch a degree program in biomolecular engineering – the first bachelor’s program of its kind in Wisconsin – thanks to a $6 million gift from philanthropists Robert and Patricia Kern and their daughters.

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  • You'll encounter topics such as biomolecular engineering, distillation design, process control, separation processes, unit operations and much more.

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  • Despite only becoming popular at the beginning of this decade, biomolecular networks are now frameworks that facilitate many discoveries in molecular biology.

    Biomolecular Networks

  • Evolution of biomolecular networks — lessons from metabolic and protein interactions by Takuji Yamada and Peer Bork

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  • Almost without exception, there exist biomolecular analogues of conventional functional devices, including structural components, wires, motors drive shafts, pipes, pumps, production lines, and programmable control systems.

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  • Fleischer presented the results of his tests at a gathering of biomolecular archaeologists in Copenhagen in September.

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  • "For this time and period, it is a very surprising discovery of advanced large-scale wine production," said biomolecular archaeologist Patrick McGovern, of an authority on the origins of fermented beverages at the University of Pennsylvania Museum in Philadelphia, who was not involved in the project.

    Perhaps a Red, 4,100 B.C.

  • In a research project conducted during last year's holiday season and posted on YouTube, Bill Hammack , a professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, concluded that a single-file line leading to three cashiers is about three times faster than having a separate line for each cashier.

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  • Or one could start with the systems and describe their causal effects on biomolecular parts.

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  • SH sees the universe as an ocean at the level of Planck scale geometry, containing precursors of consciousness, proto-conscious qualia, as well as precursors of mass, spin, electrical charge and other fundamental components, ranging up to biomolecular scales.

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