biomedicine biomedicine


  1. (n) the branch of medical science that applies biological and physiological principles to clinical practice
  2. (n) the branch of medical science that studies the ability of organisms to withstand environmental stress (as in space travel)


  1. His tactless rhetoric had lost him respect among his colleagues, and he recognized that more controversy could overshadow a historic moment in biomedicine.
  2. Soon, though, his interests shifted, and he began exploring the new frontier of biomedicine.
  3. But without such an organized approach, the huge potential of today's biomedicine will not be available to every citizen.


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  1. "Antibodies are among the most commonly used reagents in biomedicine, yet are subjected to the least effective quality control. BioHub will create order from this chaos by empowering the scientific community to communicate their reviews of...
    on Jul 6, 2010 By: Aled Edwards Source: PR Newswire (press release)

  2. "This has been such a revolution in biomedicine, everybody is using it," said Thomas Cech, president of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, for which Mello is an investigator.
    on Oct 2, 2006 By: Thomas R Cech Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "The human genome sequence far exceeds our expectations in terms of accuracy, completeness and continuity. It reflects the dedication of hundreds of scientists working together toward a common goal - creating a solid foundation for biomedicine in...
    on Oct 21, 2004 By: Eric Lander Source: Science Daily (press release)

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