Harvard:Biophysics 242r/2011

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Graduate level seminar focusing on in-silico design pipelines for nucleic acid- and protein-based molecular machinery and programmable molecular systems. Students are mentored to produce substantial midterm and final group design projects.
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*Graduate level seminar focusing on in-silico design pipelines for nucleic acid- and protein-based molecular machinery and programmable molecular systems. Students are mentored to produce substantial midterm and final group design projects.
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Biophysics 242r/2011

Biologically Inspired Molecular Engineering

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Contents

Course overview

  • Graduate level seminar focusing on in-silico design pipelines for nucleic acid- and protein-based molecular machinery and programmable molecular systems. Students are mentored to produce substantial midterm and final group design projects.


Suggested course final projects

  • Self-assembled solar energy harvester
  • Massively parallel molecular force measurement system


Logistics

  • Meeting time: 2011 Spring Term, Mondays and Wednesdays, 100 pm — 230 pm, with optional sessions for working on projects from 230 pm to 330 pm, starting on Monday, February 7
  • Form teams for midterm projects on Monday, February 7
  • form teams for final projects on Monday, March 21
  • First class on Monday, January 24
  • Location: CLSB521
  • No exams
  • Prerequisites: none
  • Grading
    • 33% Participation
    • 33% Midterm project
    • 33% Final project
  • Harvard course site
  • Harvard:Biophysics_242r/2011/Course Development Log


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