Introduction to Experimental Biophysics: Biological Methods for Physical Scientists is a broad introduction to the new life-science based methods shedding light on physical science issues
What does this book cover?
Introduction to Experimental Biophysics: Biological Methods for Physical Scientists is part of the Foundations of Biochemistry and Biophysics series. It looks deeply at the newest biochemical concepts being used by physical scientists to expand the envelope of experimental feasibility.
It was written with the graduate student in mind, and will be incredibly useful for computer scientists, mathematicians, chemists, chemical engineers, physicists and biomedical engineers who wish to learn the latest biophysical techniques.
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About the Author
Jay L Nadeau teaches at McGill University, and has more than 125 years of experience as a biomedical engineering professor. She specialises in the detection of extrasolar life, fluorescence imaging and nanoparticles. She is extensively published in journals like Highlights in Chemical Biology and New Scientist, on topics from anticancer drug development to condensed matter physics.
Here, she presents an excellent survey of cutting edge life-science based methodologies available to this generation of physical scientists.