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Bion may refer to:
- Bion (satellite), a series of Soviet satellites from the 1960s and 1970s
- Bion, Manche, a commune in France
- Bion, in physics, the bound state of two solitons
- Bions, hypothetical corpuscles of biological energy proposed by psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich
People with the given name Bion
- Bion of Smyrna, also known as Bion of Phlossa, bucolic Greek poet (fl. 2nd century BC)
- Bion of Abdera, a Greek philosopher from the school of Democritus (fl. c. 4th century BC)
- Bion of Borysthenes, a popular Greek philosopher (325–250 BC)
- Bion Barnett, the founder of Barnett Bank, in Florida
- Bion Tsang, American cellist and professor
People with the surname Bion
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