Molecular biophysics is a quickly evolving discipline in research that combines the concepts in physics, chemistry, engineering, mathematics, and biology. It explains the biological function in terms of molecular structure, structure organization and dynamic behavior at many levels of complexity. It contains the measurement of molecular forces, molecular associations, allosteric interaction, and cable theory. There are many spectroscopy techniques, which is used to understand the structure of important biomolecules and inter-molecular interaction. The molecular simulation gives the microscopic structure with the help of molecular dynamics software. For more accuracy and biological relevance's, additional terms can be added to the computer simulation equation.
- Track 1-1 Spectroscopy in Molecular Biophysics
- Track 2-2 Molecular Simulations in Molecular Biophysics
- Track 3-3 Molecular Association and Measurement of Molecular Forces
- Track 4-4 Biophysical Profile (BPP)