The life sciences comprise the fields of science that involve the scientific study of living organisms, such as plants, animals, and human beings, as well as related considerations like bioethics. While biology remains the centerpiece of the life sciences, technological advances in molecular biology and biotechnology have led to a burgeoning of specializations and new, often interdisciplinary, fields.
The following is an incomplete list of life science fields, as well as topics of study in the life sciences, in which several entries coincide with, are included in, or overlap with other entries:
- Affective neuroscience
- Biomedical science
- Cell biology
- Cognitive neuroscience
- Computational neuroscience
- Conservation biology
- Developmental biology
- Environmental science
- Evolutionary biology
- Evolutionary genetics
- Food science
- Health sciences
- Marine biology
- Medical devices
- Medical imaging
- Molecular biology
- Population dynamics
- Sports science
- Structural biology
- Systems biology
Other articles related to "life sciences, life science, science, sciences":
... The Life Sciences Institute (LSI) is a collaborative, independent research institution located on the campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor ... The LSI bring together leading scientists from a variety of life science disciplines, working in a range of animal models and using a number of cutting-edge research tools, to accelerate breakthroughs and discoveries ... million in research expenditures, more than half is allocated for research in the life sciences, and the LSI is a cornerstone of this effort ...
... Entrepreneurial resources and life science business consultants accelerate the growth and development of emerging companies found within the Buffalo Niagara ... partner to the New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics Life Sciences and contributed to the launch and early success of Empire Genomics –- a ...
... College of Science and General Studies offers a four-year Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree program in Life Sciences ... The College also provides core courses in the natural sciences, humanities, and social sciences for students majoring in the colleges of Business, Engineering ... The Life Sciences program provides instruction in all aspects of molecular biology, including the structure and function of genes (DNA), transmission of genetic information from the gene to ...
... British Columbia ARWU World 39 ARWU Natural Science Math 51–75 ARWU Engineering CS 101–150 ARWU Life Sciences 39 ARWU Clinical Medicine 101–150 ARWU Social Sciences 30 QS World 45 THE-WUR World 30 THE-WU. 39 Canadian rankings ARWU National 2 HESA Science/Engineering 1 HESA Social.Sci/Humanities 1 Maclean's Medical/Doctoral 2 THE-WUR National 2 UBC is consistently ranked as one of the world's ... Strategy Associates ranked UBC first nationally in Science and Engineering, and first nationally in Social Sciences and Humanities ...
... Biosystems Division, as part of the Life Sciences markets segment of that company ... In 1994, Perkin-Elmer reported net revenues of over $1 billion, of which Life Sciences accounted for 42% of the business ... Companies such as Human Genome Sciences (NASDAQ HGSI) in Maryland, Myriad Genetics (NASDAQ MYGN) in Utah, INCYTE Pharmaceuticals (later Incyte Genomics) (NASDAQ INCY) in California, and Millennium Pharmaceuticals ...
Famous quotes containing the words sciences and/or life:
“Criticism is a study by which men grow important and formidable at very small expense. The power of invention has been conferred by nature upon few, and the labour of learning those sciences which may, by mere labour, be obtained, is too great to be willingly endured; but every man can exert some judgment as he has upon the works of others; and he whom nature has made weak, and idleness keeps ignorant, may yet support his vanity by the name of critic.”
—Samuel Johnson (17091784)
“Ill bet your father spent the first year of your life throwing rocks at the stork.”
—Irving Brecher, U.S. screenwriter, and Edward Buzzell. J. Cheever Loophole (Groucho Marx)