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IMPORTANCE OF STUDYING BIOLOGY - PART 3
8. Disease Treatment Approaches
medicine and biology share a close relationship, and pharmacology, a branch of
biology, is fundamental to modern medicine and healthcare. Pharmacology covers
a wide range of activities, from research to producing painkillers and
depression medications. Knowing about different diseases, their causes, and the
effects they have on the human body is helpful in fields like pathology.
can now predict diseases in advance, how they are passed down through
generations, and even treat them at a microscopic level owing to technological
innovation. The application of biology is limitless, especially in areas of
medicine and health.
9. Discover the latest research methods
subjects like Biology not only incorporate concepts that have been
proven in the past, they also work with a look into the future.
subject like Biology that is constantly evolving through innovation
and new technology, educational courses are always looking to engage young
Biologists with cutting edge ideas and methods that mirror the
real-life subject evolution.
techniques are the tools and methods you will have in your approach to
study living things, you will be working with computational and
experimental procedures, plus different tools and protocols to help seek
new findings as well as work with existing findings.
9. Clothing and Textiles
can move naked comfortable not even mad people do that, except in the case of
the exceptionally sick people calling themselves naturalists and move naked
from time to time. However, the great majority of us wear clothes. Have you
ever wondered how those beautiful dresses you own came about? Most likely not.
Different raw materials are used for making the things we put on. From cotton to flax, fabric, fossil fuels, biology plays a major role in understanding and exploiting these raw materials for use by the textile industry.