BE 167L Lecture 1 General (ppt)

BE 167L Lecture 1 General (ppt) - Lecture 1 Office Hours:...

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Lecture 1
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Office Hours: Prof. Wong (Darice) – Tuesday 9:00-10:00am or by appointment 4121N Engineering V Prof. Di Carlo – Friday 4:00-5:00 pm or by appointment 5121E Engineering V Website: https://courseweb.seas.ucla.edu/classView.php? Text: Required: None. Handouts will be provided as needed and posted on the website. Recommended: At the Bench: A Laboratory Navigator . Kathy Barker. Available on hold in the library and from the bookstore.
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End Goal: Micropatterned Cultured Cells Steps Laboratory Basics Soft Lithography Bioconjugation Surface Modification Cell Micropatterning
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Online Safety Class : Before your second laboratory meeting time please have taken the following online class and bring in your certificate to the lab. Instructions follow: 1. Go to www.ehs.ucla.edu 2. Under the "Training and Outreach" section of the page click on "EH & S Online Learning Center" 3. Register through the website 4. Once you have registered, it should bring you to a page listing Courses. Click on 5. There should be a list of training courses. Click on "Lab Safety Training". 6. Read through the pages and there should be a short quiz at the end of the section. Take the quiz. 7. Once you complete the quiz, click "View" under Certificate and print out the certificate. 8. Bring the certificate to lab.
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Laboratory Reports: There will be three laboratory reports due throughout the quarter. Here you will use data collected in the lab and for the first two reports answer critical thinking questions about your data. For the third report you will present analysis of your experiments in the format of a short journal paper. Although data from your group will be identical, laboratory reports must be worked on and turned in independently. Duplication of text or figures between laboratory reports will result in a zero on the assignment. Lab Practical: The lab practical will be an exam of your laboratory skills learned up to week 8 and will be conducted by your TA. This will involve a written exam concerning laboratory practice conducted during the laboratory period.
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course BE 167 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at UCLA.

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BE 167L Lecture 1 General (ppt) - Lecture 1 Office Hours:...

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