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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Physics (PHYS)
PHYS
3128
Biophysics: Microscopic Physics in the Life Sciences
Biophysics: Microscopic
Spring 2017
3
Course Type
Lecture
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PHYS 2128 - Biophysics: Microscopic Physics in the Life Sciences
PHYS 1012 or PHYS 1022 or PHYS 1022W; MATH 2233
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40

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PHYS 2128 - Biophysics: Microscopic Physics in the Life Sciences
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Physical principles applied to biological systems on the nanometer scale; intermolecular forces, statistical principles applied to biological microstates, determining protein and nucleic acid structures, operation of protein motors and transport systems, and nanotechnology and instrumentation.
1. To construct logical analysis of a biological problem 2. To apply the learned principles towards a real problem 3. To make mathematical connections between phenomenon and underlying principles 4. To present the developed understanding in a structural way
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