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What are the differences between biomedicine, biomedical science, biological sciences and bioscience degrees?


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Wrong forum.

Biomedicine and biomedical science are closely linked. It's the study of biology in a medical setting, so a lot of your study will be focused on human biology.
Biological sciences and biosciences are broader degrees, which will most likely also incorporate things like animal and plant biology, evolution, fuels etc.
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(Original post by Lethorio)
Wrong forum.

Biomedicine and biomedical science are closely linked. It's the study of biology in a medical setting, so a lot of your study will be focused on human biology.
Biological sciences and biosciences are broader degrees, which will most likely also incorporate things like animal and plant biology, evolution, fuels etc.

Oh no, I have never posted before and did it from my phone so wasnt sure. Thanks for letting me know.
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