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NSC 110H Spring 2015<br>
 
NSC 110H Spring 2015<br>
Unique # 47195<br>
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Unique #47195<br>
Monday 4–5 PM<br>
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Monday 4-5 PM<br>
 
RLM 5.112<br>
 
RLM 5.112<br>
 
Prof. Jeffrey Barrick<br>
 
Prof. Jeffrey Barrick<br>
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[[Media:Barrick NSC110H Microbes as Machines Spring 2015 Syllabus.pdf|Download Course Syllabus (PDF)]]
  
 
==Course Outline ==
 
==Course Outline ==
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| 1 || Jan 19 || Martin Luther King Day (no class)
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| || Jan 19 || Martin Luther King Day (no class)
 
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| 1 || Jan 26 ||
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| 1 || Jan 26 || [[What is Synthetic Biology? (Microbes as Machines)|What is Synthetic Biology?]]
 
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| 2 || Feb 2 ||
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| 2 || Feb 2 || [[BioBricks and Standardized Genetic Parts (Microbes as Machines)|BioBricks and Standardized Genetic Parts]]
 
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| 3 || Feb 9 ||
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| 3 || Feb 9 || [[Registry of Standard Biological Parts (Microbes as Machines)|Registry of Standard Biological Parts]]
 
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| 4 || Feb 16 ||
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| 4 || Feb 16 || [[DNA Assembly Methods(Microbes as Machines)|DNA Assembly Methods]]
 
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| 5 || Feb 23 ||
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| 5 || Feb 23 || [[Analog Genetic Circuits (Microbes as Machines)|Analog Genetic Circuits]]
 
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| 6 || Mar 2 ||
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| 6 || Mar 2 || [[Digital Genetic Circuits (Microbes as Machines)|Digital Genetic Circuits]]
 
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| 7 || Mar 9 ||
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| 7 || Mar 9 || [[Development and Pattern Formation (Microbes as Machines)|Development and Pattern Formation]]
 
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| || Mar 16 || Spring Break (no class)
 
| || Mar 16 || Spring Break (no class)
 
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| 8 || Mar 23 || [[Metabolic Engineering (Microbes as Machines)|Metabolic Engineering]]
 
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| 9 || Mar 30 ||
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| 9 || Mar 30 || [[Producing Biomaterials (Microbes as Machines)|Producing Biomaterials]]
 
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| 10 || Apr 6 ||
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| 10 || Apr 6 || No new topic (Class cancelled previous week)
 
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| 11 || Apr 13 ||
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| 11 || Apr 13 || [[DNA for Information Storage (Microbes as Machines)|DNA for Information Storage]]
 
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| 12 || Apr 20 ||
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| 12 || Apr 20 || [[Expanding the Genetic Code (Microbes as Machines)|Expanding the Genetic Code]]
 
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| 13 || Apr 27 ||  
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| 13 || Apr 27 || [[Biocontainment (Microbes as Machines)|Biocontainment]]
 
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| 14 || May 4 ||  
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| 14 || May 4 || [[Human Genome Editing (Microbes as Machines)|Human Genome Editing]]
 
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[http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2014/09/beyond-gmos-the-rise-of-synthetic-biology/380770/2/ The Rise of Synthetic Biology (The Atlantic)]
 

Latest revision as of 08:21, 7 November 2016

NSC 110H Spring 2015
Unique #47195
Monday 4-5 PM
RLM 5.112
Prof. Jeffrey Barrick

Download Course Syllabus (PDF)

Course Outline

# Date Topic
Jan 19 Martin Luther King Day (no class)
1 Jan 26 What is Synthetic Biology?
2 Feb 2 BioBricks and Standardized Genetic Parts
3 Feb 9 Registry of Standard Biological Parts
4 Feb 16 DNA Assembly Methods
5 Feb 23 Analog Genetic Circuits
6 Mar 2 Digital Genetic Circuits
7 Mar 9 Development and Pattern Formation
Mar 16 Spring Break (no class)
8 Mar 23 Metabolic Engineering
9 Mar 30 Producing Biomaterials
10 Apr 6 No new topic (Class cancelled previous week)
11 Apr 13 DNA for Information Storage
12 Apr 20 Expanding the Genetic Code
13 Apr 27 Biocontainment
14 May 4 Human Genome Editing