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The molecular microbiology option explores prokaryotes as agents of disease and as source of antibiotics. Research Work There is a week project during the Michaelmas and Lent Terms that may be laboratory- literature- or computer-based.
The remaining students in the group then input their comments and responses. About research at Oarby. The bioenergy option aims to explore how photosynthesis in plants and algae can be harnessed for renewable energy production, whether directly using photovoltaic systems, or indirectly through production of oils or other forms of biomass such as cell walls.
Part III Biochemistry — Department of Biochemistry
The themes of this module draw on most modern biological techniques and impinge on core cell and molecular biology topics of signaling, DNA repair and apoptosis among others. There will be two complementary approaches: An information sheet of past projects is included in the Course brochure. The landmark paper discussions will give you an opportunity to understand what makes brilliant science, a sense of why current knowledge has accumulated as it has, and what limitations were imposed by the available technology.
These will include the state of knowledge before publication of the landmark paper, and the impact of the paper on biochemistry.
Part III Biochemistry
This module will look at a series of recent advances in our molecular understanding biochsmistry cancer, with a combination of lectures and workshop-style discussions workshop module. Teaching of hiochemistry laboratory and communication skills such as graphic illustration, record keeping, data analysis, database searching and essay and report writing are embedded in the course.
Critical evaluation of data. Members of the class are not necessarily expected to read all the papers included in these lists. Cell Cycle, Signalling and Cancer The themes of this module draw on most modern biological oeaby and impinge on core cell and molecular biology topics of signaling, DNA repair and apoptosis among others.
In addition there is a series of methods and skills sessions and students are expected to attend the Departmental Research Seminar Series.
At the Part II level do not expect to receive the type of comprehensive lecture handouts that you were given in Part I of the Tripos.
The staff members attach considerable importance to your views, and will take them into account as the course evolves. There are many opportunities for informal discussion with members of staff – in the common room at coffee, lunch and teatime as well as after lectures or supervisions and during projects. Privacy and cookie policies. Methods and skills These feature key methods such as bioinformatics.
In Part II and III, lecturers will provide at the start of their lectures short lists of references to the relevant literature with titles. There is also a bioinformatics resource at EBI with online tutorials etc.
You should aim to go to at least one seminar a week. Molecular Recognition and Interaction: These cookies and any others in use are detailed in our site privacy and cookie policies and are integral to our biochemlstry site.
Students apply for such posts themselves, but members of staff will be pleased to advise.
Part II Biochemistry
The course is grouped biocheistry four 24 lecture modules, one of which has a branched structure to provide internal choice. Students also attend specialist supervisions. There are four main strands to the teaching: The Journal Clubs help to develop these skills. Topics addressed include Journal Clubs It is essential to acquire the ability to source, read and evaluate original papers; reliance should not be placed on review articles alone.
The module also looks at the conversion of biomass to other fuels.
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Privacy and orraby policies. Contact us Postal Address: This module will discuss how modern techniques of structural and chemical biology are being used to solve biological problems. The methodological sessions will cover choice and use of model organisms, genome projects, microarrays, proteomics, RNAi, interactomics and measurement of interactions, recombinant protein expression and imaging.
Students are also called upon in general supervisions to report on their research progress. Branch 1 – Bioenergy The bioenergy option aims to explore how photosynthesis in plants and algae can be harnessed for renewable energy production, whether directly using photovoltaic systems, or indirectly through production of oils or other forms of biomass such as cell walls.
Topics addressed include Journal Clubs It is essential to acquire the ability to source, read and evaluate original papers; orabyy should not be placed on review articles alone.
Students are expected to arrange specialist supervisions with lecturers on topics that particularly interest them. Staff attach considerable importance to student views and several modifications to the course have originated as student suggestions.