20.109(F10): Fall 2010 schedule

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20.109(F10): Laboratory Fundamentals of Biological Engineering

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MODULE DAY DATE LECTURER TA LAB note
Thur Sept 9 NK Orientation
1 1 Tue Sept 14 DW DNA engineering using PCR
1 2 Thur Sept 16 DW Clean and cut DNA Neal/Linda/Atissa visit lab
1 3 Tue Sept 21 DW Agarose gel electrophoresis
1 4 Thur Sept 23 DW DNA ligation and bacterial transformation
1 5 Tue Sept 28 DW Examine candidate clones EHS visits lab
1 6 Thur Sept 30 DW Restriction map and tissue culture Neal/Linda visit lab for peer review exercise
1 7 Tue Oct 5 DW Lipofection Mod 1 "progress report" due by 11AM today
1 8 Thur Oct 7 DW FACS analysis
Columbus Day Break Monday Oct 12 No lab Tuesday, but Mod 1 "memo" is due by 11AM
2 1 Thurs Oct 14 NK Testing an engineered biological system
2 2 Tues Oct 19 NK Measuring System Performance
2 3 Thurs Oct 21 NK Tools for System Engineering
2 4 Tues Oct 26 NK Journal Club I We'll be starting and ending this day in the lab so meet in 56-322
2 5 Thurs Oct 28 NK Assessing re-tuned system
2 6 Tues Nov 2 NK Readouts: DNA, Protein
2 7 Thurs Nov 4 NK Journal Club II
2 8 Tues Nov 9 Office hours during lab Bring your writing and your questions by the lab as needed
Veteran's Day Break Thurs Nov 11 Mod 2 research article is due by 11AM today
3 1 Tues Nov 16 AB Growth of phage materials
3 2 Thurs Nov 18 AB Phage nanowires
3 3 Tues Nov 23 AB TEM
Thanksgiving Break Nov 25, 26 No lab or lecture
3 4 Tues Nov 30 AB Battery assembly At the start of today's lecture, Linda Sutliff will offer tips for giving talks with a partner
3 5 Thurs Dec 2 AB Battery testing
3 6 Tues Dec 7 AB Research proposal presentations We'll start this day in lab, 56-322, to finish off the BioMaterials module
Thurs Dec 9 end of term celebration... Lecture for class evaluations then lunch from noon-1:30 PM, no lab
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