Biophysics

Biophysics is an interdisciplinary science which combines Biology and Physics and studies the life from their atom to organization level.           Biophysics is a bridge between Biology and Physics. Biophysical research overlaps with biochemistry, physical chemistry, nanotechnology etc.

Biophysics discovers how atoms are arranged to work in DNA and proteins.

Protein molecules perform the body’s chemical reactions. They push and pull in the muscles that move your limbs.  Proteins make the parts of your eyes, ears, nose, and skin that sense your environment. They turn food into energy and light into vision. They become immunity to individual’s illness. Proteins repair what is broken inside of cells, and regulate growth. They fire the electrical signals in brain. They read the DNA blueprints in body and copy the DNA for future generations.

Biophysicists are discovering how proteins work. Scientists know exactly where the thousands of atoms are located in more than 50,000 different proteins. Every year, over a million scientists and students from all over the world, from physicists to medical practitioners, use these protein structures for discovering how biological machines work, in health and also in diseases.

  • Biophysical approaches to cell biology
  • Molecular Biophysics – biochemistry and molecular biology
  • Computational and theoretical Biophysics.
  • Membrane Biophysics

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