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ENGR213/BRAE213 Biology for Engineers Lecture 1
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ENG213 /  BRAE213Biology for  Engineers Instructor: Dr. David Clague                              Assistant Professor                              BioMedical and General Engineering                            Cal Poly San Luis Obispo                              756-4145                              [email protected]
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ENG213 /  BRAE213Biology for  Engineers Text:  “Essentials of Biology” by Sylvia Mader Grading:       Weekly Quizzes   40 %                         Mid-Term           30 %                         Final                    30 % Grading Policies: Arrangements for taking the Mid-term and Final at times that differs from that  above will only be granted for extenuating circumstances. Extenuating  circumstances include:  Major medical, which accounts for self and immediate family, University mandated events, Events that effect the entire University, e.g, Natural Disasters, or At the discretion of the Instructor.
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The Goals of this Course Goals Equip you with a working knowledge of common Biology and Biotechnology that you are likely to encounter in the workplace Provide seeds to help you see how you might make a contribution to future Biotechnology, i.e. , the interface between Biology and Engineering
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organ tissue cell-cell cell Sub-cellular Gene- Transcription & expression Decreasing length and time scales Module that Serves a key Function for The overall system Collection Of micro- units That make up tissue Cell-cell signaling Bio-reactions Nano- structures Microsystem with Nano-scale sub-units
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