Weill Cornell Community: Announcing a New Course Offering on Nanobiotechnology

REGISTER FOR BME COURSE – BME 6670 – Nanobiotechnology

SPONSORED BY THE CLINICAL & TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCE CENTER (CTSC)
DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, CORNELL, ITHACA

Nanobiotechnology (BME 6670)
Tuesdays and Thursdays (11:40 am – 12:55 pm)
strong>August 26-December 4, 2014

All are welcome to participate either for credit or audit. Advanced registration is required. Register by sending an email to ctsc_k30@med.cornell.edu.

 

BME 6670 – M. Shuler

Upper-level undergraduate and graduate-level course that covers the basics of biology and the principles and practice of microfabrication techniques. Course lectures are largely from guest faculty with expertise in the presented topic areas. The course focuses on applications in biomedical and biological research. A team design project that stresses interdisciplinary communication and problem solving is one of the course requirements. The course meets twice weekly with 75-minute classes. All lectures will be teleconferenced to the Weill Cornell CTSC  and other cooperating institutions.

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