BIOL 119. Genomics and Systems Biology
Fundamental questions in biology are being answered using revolutionary new technologies including genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, systems biology, modeling, and large-scale protein and genetic interaction screens. These approaches have fundamentally changed how scientists investigate biological problems and allow us to ask questions about cells, organisms and evolution that were impossible to address even five years ago. Readings will include animal, plant, fungal, and bacterial literature. Weekly laboratory projects will incorporate genomic and molecular approaches.
With permission of instructor, a student may take the discussion (NOT LAB) section of this seminar as 1 credit of BIOL 093 .
Prerequisite: Any Group I or Group II biology course.
Natural sciences and engineering practicum.
Spring 2020. Kaplinsky.
Catalog chapter: Biology
Department website: http://www.swarthmore.edu/biology
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