Definitions

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  • noun Any of several sciences that deal with living organisms

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  • noun any of the branches of natural science dealing with the structure and behavior of living organisms

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Examples

  • She received a M.Phil. in bioscience enterprise, focusing on the pricing of medicines in developing countries.

    Robyn Scott biography

  • Andrew Reynolds points out another interesting historical thread in bioscience:

    A Dubious "Opportunity" for IDers

  • A whole new field has emerged, one of the most active in bioscience today.

    Roger D. Kornberg - Autobiography

  • The future face of bioscience is highly interdisciplinary and will require more collaboration between, for example, mathematicians and ecologists working together to answer biological questions.

    Scientists Learn How Spiders ‘Fly’ | Impact Lab

  • We discussed using Flickr for field trips in bioscience, the adaptation period for faculty starting out to record lectures, advantages and disadvantages of open source class content and some ways to use RSS for business classes.

    RSS club meeting 5

  • We discussed using Flickr for field trips in bioscience, the adaptation period for faculty starting out to record lectures, advantages and disadvantages of open source class content and some ways to use RSS for business classes.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • The Laureates introduce themselves and discuss great challenges in bioscience (4: 02); the complexity problem (8: 50); controversial ethical questions (17: 35); reproductive cloning (20: 38); and the Human Genome Project (24: 40).

    H. Robert Horvitz - Interview

  • The Laureates introduce themselves and discuss great challenges in bioscience (4: 02); the complexity problem (8: 50); controversial ethical questions (17: 35); reproductive cloning (20: 38); and the Human Genome Project (24: 40).

    John E. Sulston - Interview

  • The Laureates introduce themselves and discuss great challenges in bioscience (4: 02); the complexity problem (8: 50); controversial ethical questions (17: 35); reproductive cloning (20: 38); and the Human Genome Project (24: 40).

    Sydney Brenner - Interview

  • Pharmaceutical companies such as Pfizer are increasingly concentrating research and development in a handful cities known as "bioscience clusters" that are rich with universities and competitors.

    A Biotech Building Boom

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