Applications of Biological Sciences
University of Westminster
Area of Study
Biology, Biomedical Sciences, Cell and Molecular Biology
Taught In English
Course Level Recommendations
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits4
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units6
Hours & Credits
OverviewA study of how molecular bioscience can help solve biological problems encountered by human beings. The theme followed molecular bioscience will start with a consideration of how sequencing the human genome and bioinformatic analysis has led to the incarnation of personal medicine. It will consider how human diseases and conditions are being treated in the 21st Century: the development of new antibiotics the use of stem cell biology and the science of tissue regeneration. Specific studies will be made of cancer and neuro-degeneration to show how modern molecular biochemical and biophysical techniques are being used by Bioscientists to study these diseases. In addition the wider applications of molecular science in agriculture forensic science and biotechnology will be explored.
Assessment: Magazine Article (40%) ; Essay (60%).
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