The science that deals with the application of physics to biological processes and phenomena.(noun)
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Use "biophysics" in a sentence
"I have, however, continued to work in biophysics, attempting to use physical methods and thoughts to solve biological problems."
"I started graduate school at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in biophysics, but when I decided to work on animal viruses I left"
"Dr. Edelman has made significant research contributions in biophysics, protein chemistry, immunology, cell biology, and neurobiology."