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and reviews will be assigned each week. All assigned articles are required readings and, along with lecture knowledge, will be the basis for homework and quizzes. Team project component : Development and presentation of your final project will require working with 3-4 of your classmates. Together, you will use your knowledge of protein structure to re-design and evaluate one of the proteins we discuss in our Case Studies. You will be judged on experimental design, creativity, and feasibility. Ted and I will choose the top 3 designs, and award prizes to the winners. Evaluation: Quizzes : Weekly quizzes must be taken every Wednesday at the start of class. All quizzes will be closed notes and taken individually. Each quiz will be worth 5 points , summing to a quarter total of 40 points . Homework : Homework assignments will be due every Wednesday and turned in before the weekly quiz. Late homework will not be accepted, but homework may be turned in digitally if permission to do so is granted before the assignment due date. While you are allowed to work in groups on your homework assignments, the work you turn in must be your own. Each homework will be worth 5 points , summing to a quarter total of 40 points . Final project report : Laboratory reports will be due on Thurs. 3/22 at the start of your final exam. Final reports will be worth 50 points . An outline of the report will be due Wed. 2/14 and will be worth 20 points .
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