The Minor Biomolecular Science and Neuroscience consists of the track Biomolecular Science and the track Neuroscience. During the first two courses, which are jointly given for both tracks, students will gain insight into the latest knowledge of experimental cell biology (Experimental Cell Biology I and II). After the introductory courses, students choose between one of the two tracks. In the three subsequent Biomolecular courses, students will gain hands-on experience and join on-going research on proteins, biochemical pathways and (microbial) cells.
Understanding the foundation of life
Experimental Cell Biology I
We start with a brief repetition of basic Cell Biology and then go ahead
with in-depth discussion of modern Cell Biology, A central point is the importance of experiments, how is new knowledge obtained? current and emerging topics, and experimental techniques.
Experimental Cell Biology II
In-depth discussion of modern Cell Biology, with a particular focus on current and emerging experimental techniques. Researchers in the field present current state-of-the-art topics in Cell Biology.
From Protein to Cell
This course focuses on laboratory practicals, including general principles concerning design and carrying out experiments related to protein science.
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Obtain in-depth theoretical knowledge of various microbiological topics, including the techniques applied to investigate those topics. This course combines lectures and laboratory practicals.