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The successful application of Nanobiology will require not simply collaboration between disciplines, but true disciplinary integration of physics and biology.
In the field of Life Sciences, biology and physics are converging. Traditionally, the level of the cell is the domain of biologists and medical researchers. However, physical processes are at work as well on the cell level. Knowledge of physics (on the nano-scale) is essential for a good understanding of these processes, knowledge that biologists and medical researchers typically do not possess. Alternatively, physicists are not acquainted with the behaviour of cells and as a result are not able to interpret physical processes in the cell. To be able to understand the molecular basis of health and disease, knowledge of both physics
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If the Master’s programme is not a direct extension, you will be required to take additional courses in a ‘bridging programme’.
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