biophile


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biophile

(1) An element which occurs naturally in living organisms or organic matter—e.g., carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen.
(2) A person who loves life or living systems.
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Consequently, biophile elements that have been deposited from rainwater (e.
Selenium and sulphur are strongly biophile elements.
Converting Biophile Laboratories (CBL) is a turnkey solution provider and medical device contract manufacture.
The SLS Biophile N-Lite(TM) laser treatment has been in use in Europe since early 2000 and the company has initiated the FDA approval process in the United States.
Until now, TekCel and Biophile have served different segments of the life sciences community.
Providing automated access to individual vials stored at ultra-low temperatures, the BIOPHILE Individual Vial Retriever (IVR) extends the advantages of laboratory automation to many drug discovery, repository, and other life science applications.
Mehl Biophile announced Thursday, June 6, that it had acquired an 81 percent share of SLS (Wales) Ltd.
Consumer Hair Removal System -- Mehl Biophile signed a letter of intent with Converting Laboratories Inc.
Chairman stated, "Tim knows our operation from all aspects, having served as managing director of our SLS Biophile subsidiary.
People trying to keep the game going are activists, conservationists, biophiles, nuns, immigrants, outsiders, puppeteers, protesters, Christians, biologists, permaculturists, refugees, green architects, doctors without borders, engineers with borders, reformers, healers, poets, environmental educators, organic farmers, Buddhists, rainwater harvesters, meddlers, meditators, mediators, agitators, schoolchildren, ecofeminists, biomimics, Muslims, and social entrepreneurs.