Hey everyone, I was interested in knowing what the application if it is large kinematics plays in Biophysics? Particularly or actually mostly Molecular Biophysics. Is it used largely by Biophysicists or are more advanced topics and concepts the prevalent thought in this field? I primarily ask because I am currently planning on studying Biotechnology, which has no particular course in Biophysics as a requirement. I would love to though study some of the concepts from Biophysics and so I am currently doing a first year Calculus based Physics course. Now I wanted to know if I should spend a lot of time on the concepts or move on since my Professor is moving on to Forces next lecture. I know that I have to follow the Professor which I will, but I wanted to see if I need a strong grasp in kinematics for understanding in Biophysics? Thanks.