BSC 3402 Week 6 Post

BSC 3402 Week 6 Post - BSC 3402: Theory and Practice in the...

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1 BSC 3402: Theory and Practice in the Biological Sciences The Double Helix by Jim Watson 29 September 2010 The Nobel Prize winners for 1962. From left to right: Prof. Maurice Wilkins (for Medicine, along with Watson & Crick), Dr. Max Perutz (UK, for Chemistry), Francis Crick, John Steinbeck (USA, for literature), James Watson, Dr. John Kendrew, (UK, Chemistry).
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2 Organizational for Today Name cards Return last week’s in-class response papers Questions about web site? Class expectations? Next week: Use of animals in research This week: Explain your thesis from Response Paper #2 to the class and we’ll have a short discussion of each topic Essays on responses to the book Further Discussion of The Double Helix Writing the scientific paper
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Next Week: Animal Care Different Viewpoints Animal Welfare Animal Rights Animal Care Issues in Research What are researchers supposed to do? ORI, NAP, IACUC Web sites for responsible use of animals
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2012 for the course BSC 3402 taught by Professor Brockmann,h during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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