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==Molecular and cellular bioengineering (new syllabus)==
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* I'm taking this core-class with this title for my bioengineering master. The class
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is poorly organized and fail to address the 'engineering perspective for biological system' as stated in the syllabus.  
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* I would like to re-write the class syllabus as you'll see below.  
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==Objectives==
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* How to engineer biological systems and biomolecule? From designing new protein to genetic engineering to metabolic engineering, the students will be exposed to the current tools and challenges in engineering at these different level.
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==General Organization==
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* In a group of 3-4 people, students write-up the research proposal and present
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to the class at the end of the term
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==topics==
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Molecular and cellular bioengineering (new syllabus)

  • I'm taking this core-class with this title for my bioengineering master. The class

is poorly organized and fail to address the 'engineering perspective for biological system' as stated in the syllabus.

  • I would like to re-write the class syllabus as you'll see below.

Objectives

  • How to engineer biological systems and biomolecule? From designing new protein to genetic engineering to metabolic engineering, the students will be exposed to the current tools and challenges in engineering at these different level.


General Organization

  • In a group of 3-4 people, students write-up the research proposal and present

to the class at the end of the term

topics


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