Biology is often studied in conjunction with other sciences, such as mathematics and engineering, and even social sciences. Here are a few examples:
Biophysics involves matching patterns in life and analyzing them with physics and mathematics, according to the Biophysical Society.
Astrobiology is the study the evolution of life in the universe, including the search for extraterrestrial life, according to NASA.
Biogeography is the study of the distribution and evolution of life forms and the causes of the distribution, according to Dartmouth College.
Biomathematics involves creating mathematical models to better understand patterns and phenomena within the biology world, according to North Carolina State University.
Bioengineering is the application of engineering principles to biology principles and vice versa, according the University of California Berkeley.
Sociologists often study how biology can shape social structures, cultures, and interactions, according to the American Sociological Association.