BME412H1: Introduction to Biomolecular Engineering
Introduces the mechanics and dynamics of the operation of life at the molecular level by teaching how to design new proteins, DNA, and RNA. Introduces the fundamentals of biomolecular structure, function, thermodynamics, and kinetics. Covers a broad range of computational and experimental techniques, including atomistic simulations, bioinformatics, machine learning, high-throughput screening, and gene editing.
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