Franklin, Muir, Scott, Wilcocks, Yates:
Introduction to Biological Physics for the Health and Life Sciences
The objective of this textbook is to enhance the students’ learning of physics, by providing effective teaching of biological physics with a technique that has already been proven to be inspiring for those concerned about their education in this field of science. Intended for first and second year undergraduate students in the health sciences with little background in mathematics or physics, this valuable text can also be used as an introduction to physics for other life science majors who are interested in physics or wish to gain a broad background in the subject.
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