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Biophysics is the application of physical principles, both classical and modern, to problems involving biological systems.

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BioCoRE
The Biological Collaborative Research Environment (BioCoRE) for Structural Biology is a web-based, tool-oriented collaboratory for biomedical research and training.
Biological Energy Conversion
UIUC course explores the major mechanisms of bioenergetics, with particular emphasis on respiration and photosynthesis, and the tools required to describe these processes.
Biomag: Biomagnetic Wiki and Forum
Provides access to documentation and community developed code as well as community discussion relating to magnetoencephalography, electroencephalography and other neuroimaging topics.
BioMagResBank
Database for NMR spectroscopy information on biomolecules hosted at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.
Biophysics
Information from Wikipedia on this interdisciplinary science that employs and develops theories and methods from the physical sciences for the investigation of biological systems.
Biophysics
Introductory article on biophysics from Physics Planet.
Electrophysiology and the Molecular Basis of Excitability
Simulations of ion channels and excitable membranes including diffusion, membrane potentials, nerve voltage clamp, and propagated action potentials.
Nucleic Acid Hydration
Annotated overview of the hydration of nucleic acids along with proteins and polysaccharides.
Physiology: Physics Woven Fine
Science, particularly physics and biophysics, can explain many processes in physiology and medicine. This blog discusses this analytical approach.
SPR Web Pages
Describes surface plasmon resonance (SPR), a powerful method of measuring biomolecular interactions in a label-free environment.
Structural Biology Network (SBNet)
The SBNet, hosted by Uppsala University, unites academic and industrial structural biologists. Its goal is to strengthen the strategic value of structural biology in Sweden.
Thermosynthesis
Article from Wikipedia describing the theory that organisms can use or may have used thermal cycling as an energy source, providing the scaffolding for the origin and evolution of life.

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February 1, 2017 at 10:54:08 UTC
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