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An information sheet of past projects is included in the Course brochure.
Course booking and info: 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.
The remaining students in the group then input their comments and responses. See also the online guide to the School’s bioinformatics service. The Biochemistry department postgraduate and research pages carry information about current research and post-graduate research opportunities.
Lectures biocemistry take place at 8.
Part II Biochemistry
The references provided will allow individual members of the class to pursue different topics down to basic publications, and thus to read in detail about an aspect that may particularly interest them.
Contexts will include circadian and cardiac rhythm disturbance, neuronal disorders, obesity, and thrombotic disease biochemisry x 2 hour lecture moduleor. Teaching of transferable laboratory and communication skills such as graphic illustration, record keeping, data analysis, database searching and essay and report writing are embedded in the course.
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A list of the Department Seminars is posted on the notice board each Term and on the Department web site. Departmental services Biopath stores Library Photography and graphics Vehicle pool. In Lent Term, choose either: There are four main strands to the teaching: 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.
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. At the Part III level lecturers will provide at the start of their lectures short lists of references to the relevant literature with titles. Students apply for such posts themselves, but members of staff will be pleased to advise.
This can take the form of a supervision exercise structured and moderated by the staff members, where designated student discussants research the topic and lead off a debate. Molecular aspects of eukaryotic protozoan pathogens are also studied. Departmental Seminars The talks are usually given by an outside speaker and consist of a paper on original research followed by a general discussion.
Members of the Part III class are expected to attend the Departmental Seminars and are strongly encouraged to take part in the discussion.
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You may have attended this as a Part II student last year, but you are welcome to come again. Development of presentational skills.
Students are also called upon in general supervisions to report on their research progress. At the start of Easter term students will be expected to give a final presentation summarizing their research project to their general supervision group.
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.
Part III Biochemistry
You are welcome to attend the Part II Methods and Skills lectures as a refresher which may also be of interest to those joining us from other Part II subjects. There is an eight-week project during the Lent term commencing on the first day of Full Term that can be laboratory- literature- or computer-based.
There will be two complementary approaches: