The work of biophysicists varies according to their industry, though most falls within the following categories: molecular structures—studying the functions of cells, tissues, and organisms and their structural makeup and behavior; biophysical techniques—researching various methods for gaining information about biological systems, such as lasers, heat, or other analytical methods; or biophysical mechanisms—researching and developing detailed models to help visualize and explain biological processes.

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