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The twentieth century was the time of physics: Einstein's Theory of Relativity, great explorations in the field of celestial bodies and tiny nanoparticles, the invention of computing machines. All these discoveries breathed new life into other sciences, especially biology: the DNA structure study by J.Watson, F.Crick, M.Wilkins, and R.Franklin, the international Human Genome Project, modern treatments, etc. All these findings would have been impossible without physics. Breakthroughs in physics allowed biology to explore the world of cells and molecules. Therefore, there is an opinion that the century is the time of biology: hundreds or thousands of biological experiments and investigations are conducted every day. These research projects require knowledge in different fields and the work of multidisciplinary teams.