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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Funding agents provide support to university bioscientists in exchange for research with certain goals.
bioscientists by age, the relative odds of a younger scientist gaining an NIH grant as compared to someone 45 and older dropped more than 10-fold.
To study the parasite evolution, improve disease diagnosis in the very early stages, and develop more effective drugs to treat disease, bioscientists at the China National Human Genome Center (CHGC) in Shanghai are using a combination of SGI(R) RASC(TM) (Reconfigurable Application-Specific Computing) technology, an accelerated version of BLAST-n (Basic Local Alignment Search Tool for nucleotides) software developed by Mitrionics, and the SGI(R) Altix(R) server platform.
RESEARCH: Bioscientist Dr Eithne Costello Picture: TONY KENWRIGHT
1998b) and Darby and Zucker (2001) find that firms are more likely to begin using biotechnology near where and when "star" bioscientists are actively publishing in the United States and Japan, respectively.
We should pay more attention to the ethical training of bioscientists.
Devise a solid framework for bioscientists in the form of a code of ethical conduct that would have universal recognition; and
In the same way that the concept of dietary fiber (previously referred to rather disparagingly as roughage) changed accepted nutritional wisdom in the early 1970s, antioxidants have added another dimension to our knowledge, reflecting the willingness of biochemists and bioscientists to accept that not everything to do with nutrition has yet been learned.
Marine bioscientists are already working at the molecular level, doing fundamental research that is expected to lead to the eventual genetic engineering of marine plant strains for enhanced aquaculture.
Mintz and Vincent Racaniello, two longtime bioscientists, who recognized a need for junior and senior scientists to network with one another and other bioscience professionals to realize and achieve professional or career goals.
The Life Sciences Foundation (LSF) was established in 2010 to create a record of the achievements of contemporary bioscientists.
The equipment can be used by bioscientists in a host of fields including cancer research, tropical disease control and infection control.