The study of biological structures and processes using the analytical methods of physics. Often involves hylonano, hylomeso, and other sensitive measuring equipment, to record both large and small scale molecular interactions. Areas of study may include the effect of energy use and radiation on cellular function, physical effects of nano and cybernetics on the body, theoretical applied nano-microbiology, and thermodynamic and electrical phenomenon within the body itself.
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Text by M. Alan Kazlev
Robert J. Hall
Initially published on 08 October 2001.