BEST 231: Imaging and Spectroscopy for Interdisciplinary Biophysical Sciences, Biomaterials and Biotechnology
Covers cutting-edge applications of imaging and spectroscopy tools to problems in biophysical sciences, biomaterials and biotechnology. Teams of students will undertake open research projects utilizing tools such as protein expression and purification, single molecule, nuclear magnetic resonance and mass spectroscopy to understand the structure and dynamics of biomolecules.
Repeatable for Credit: No
Crosslisted with: PHYS 231
Normal Letter Grade only
Requisites and Restrictions
Instructor Permission Required: No
Completion of the NSF-CREST CCBM IB3 Summer Training Module in Computation and Modeling is strongly recommended.
Fall 2018 course scheduling information
Spring 2019 course scheduling information
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