The Biophysical Society is a non-profit international organization, with over 9,400 members. Approximately 35% of the Society's members work outside the United States. Membership to the Society is open to those who have educational, research, or practical experience in biophysics or in an allied scientific field, such as physics, chemistry, biology, and engineering.
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The Society offers a variety of opportunities to network, educate, and learn about the ever-growing field of biophysics through meetings, publications, and outreach.
Whether you are a student or you have been studying science for years, there is a place for you in the Society.
As the Society continues to grow, the Society offers subgroups as a way to maintain close relationships with your colleagues in your area of expertise.
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