Course Descriptions

BIOL 69600 Seminars In Emerging Biophysical Technologies

Session Offered:

Credit 1.0

Prerequisites:

Grad Students  Course restriction:  Permission of Department required. 

Description:

Technological breakthroughs often result in significant scientific advances. In recent years, exciting new biophysical technologies have pushed biological research to new frontiers in which experiments can be done at faster speed, smaller scale, or unprecedented accuracy. In this seminar course, students will survey primary literature, present papers on emerging biophysical technologies, and discuss how these new technologies can be used to solve challenging problems in biology. New techniques in imaging, spectroscopy, computational methods, and structural methods will be the primary focus of the course.

Instructor(s):

Wen Jiang


E-mail:
jiang12@purdue.edu

Textbook(s):

~There is no textbook required for this course~

Selected scientific papers will be used

Notes:

Course objective: The goal is to expose the students to emerging biophysical technologies and how these technologies can be used to solve challenging questions in biology.



Grading:

Grading: Final grade will consist of points from attendance (20%), participation in discussion (40%), and presentation (40%)

 



Course Format:

BIOL 69600-

CRN

Sec

Type

Day

Time

Location

12931

001

LEC

TBD

TBD

TBD



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