bioscience

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bioscience

[¦bī·ō¦sī·əns]
(biology)
The study of the nature, behavior, and uses of living organisms as applied to biology.
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Bioscientists based at the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation have discovered that DNA in cancerridden cells becomes damaged much earlier than previously thought.
To study the parasite evolution, improve disease diagnosis in the very early stages, and develop more effective drugs to treat disease, Chinese bioscientists decided to discover the secrets of the blood fluke genome.
The experiments have been led by four bioscientists at the university, backed by a team of 16 experts working on the stem cells.
Of interest to chemical and biological engineers, molecular biologists, physical chemists, bioscientists, and biotechnologists.
Brewer began a study at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) of elite scientists and the founding of biotech firms, and of the effect of commercial involvement on the productivity of those bioscientists.
Central to understanding how these dual affiliations work is the case study finding that bioscientists act as individual actors, as opposed to acting as agents of their primary ties, whether to the university or the firm (Zucker, Brewer, Oliver, and Liebeskind [1993]).
Ming-Chiao Lai has published over 300 papers and received countless honors and awards, including Academician of Academia Sinica in 1992, Fellow of American Academy of Microbiology in 2002, TWAS Fellow of The Academy of Sciences for the Developing World in 2006, Outstanding Scholar Award of Foundation for the Advancement of Outstanding Scholarship in 2007, Lifetime Achievement Award of University of Southern California in 2008, Lifetime Achievement Award of Society of Chinese Bioscientists in America (SCBA) in 2009, and A-IMBN Distinguished Lecturer in 2010.
The Life Sciences Foundation (LSF) was established in 2010 to create a record of the achievements of contemporary bioscientists.
Bioscientists at the University of Birmingham have demonstrated that the bacteria give off hydrogen gas as they consume high-sugar waste produced by the confectionery industry.
Bioscientists based at the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation have discovered that DNA in cancer-ridden cells becomes damaged much earlier than previously thought.
For a small company like Shrink to have access to 'downstream' resources as part of UCI's broader intellectual community of published researchers, leading bioscientists, businesspeople at the TechPortal and the amazing UCI people and facilities, not to mention our scientific founder - this is nearly unprecedented for a public company such as ours.
A team of bioscientists at Cardiff University has come up with a natural way of getting rid of one of the gardener's worst enemies - greenfly - by turning spiders into an army of miniature pest controllers.