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The simplest way to define life sciences is the study of living organisms and life processes. At NCBiotech, we see it as science involving cells and their components, products and processes. Biology, medicine and agriculture are the most obvious examples of the discipline

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Life science is a branch of science that focuses on the study of living organisms, including plants, animals, humans, and microorganisms. It encompasses various fields such as biology, ecology, genetics, and biochemistry to understand the processes and phenomena that occur in living organisms. Life science plays a crucial role in advancements in medicine, agriculture, and environmental conservation.
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