bioscience

noun
bio·​sci·​ence | \ ˌbī-ō-ˈsī-ən(t)s How to pronounce bioscience (audio) \

Definition of bioscience

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Other Words from bioscience

bioscientific \ ˌbī-​ō-​ˌsī-​ən-​ˈti-​fik How to pronounce bioscience (audio) \ adjective
bioscientist \ ˌbī-​ō-​ˈsī-​ən-​tist How to pronounce bioscience (audio) \ noun

Examples of bioscience in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The group, led by UConn molecular biology and biophysics Professor Jeffrey Hoch, is expected to progress national molecular research in the fields of chemistry, materials science and bioscience. Amanda Blanco, courant.com, 16 June 2021 Baiju Shah, the president and CEO of Greater Cleveland Partnership, used to have the same positions at BioEnterprise, a group built to support bioscience companies in Northeast Ohio. Cameron Fields, cleveland, 20 May 2021 While still small compared with other Connecticut employment sectors such as defense and aerospace, bioscience is getting some national notice. Kenneth R. Gosselin, courant.com, 29 Mar. 2021 Find Amanda Morris on Twitter @amandamomorris for the latest bioscience updates. Support local journalism. Amanda Morris, The Arizona Republic, 5 May 2021 Universities and research hospitals will get $500 million for bioscience infrastructure such as equipment and buildings. Brian Owens, Science | AAAS, 21 Apr. 2021 The former head of fermentation at Noma now works for a bioscience company to push the boundaries of fermentation and microbiology to discover new flavors, edible experiences, and crops. Karla Alindahao, Forbes, 20 Apr. 2021 His father was a horse trainer and trained horses for their neighbors Dr. Robert Flinn and Peggy Flinn of the Flinn Foundation, an organization that awards grants for bioscience, arts and culture and public university students in Arizona. Audrey Jensen, The Arizona Republic, 7 Apr. 2021 The list included some of the largest bioscience markets, including four in the Silicon Valley and San Francisco Bay area. Kenneth R. Gosselin, courant.com, 29 Mar. 2021

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First Known Use of bioscience

1941, in the meaning defined above

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“Bioscience.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bioscience. Accessed 23 Jun. 2021.

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bioscience

noun
bio·​sci·​ence | \ ˈbī-ō-ˌsī-ən(t)s How to pronounce bioscience (audio) \

Medical Definition of bioscience

Other Words from bioscience

bioscientific \ ˌbī-​ō-​ˌsī-​ən-​ˈtif-​ik How to pronounce bioscience (audio) \ adjective
bioscientist \ ˈbī-​ō-​ˌsī-​ənt-​əst How to pronounce bioscience (audio) \ noun

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