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ATTITUDES AND PERCEPTIONS FOR BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES (ETHICS, BIOSAFETY AND INTEGRITY)

The aim of this course is to establish the correct and safe concept in experimental procedure and research attitude. It contains general safety regulations for biochemical laboratories, including handling of solvents and specific chemicals, biological safety and biological preservation of operational concepts and techniques, as well as emergency notification procedures and disaster prevention and emergency knowledge. In order to meet higher independent research ability and correct academic ethical attitude, this course also contains the knowledge about the usage of data collection and analysis.

Course Goal
A. Learn key points and methods of biochemistry and molecular biology and establish the root of basic medicine.
C. Train graduate students to have independent research ability.
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Competence]
  • Biochemistry and molecular biology professional knowledge.
  • Biology medicine knowledge in every field and experiment design and techniques.
  • Enhance independent research ability.
  • Courses of Recent Years
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    0109/1 S190100 [BIMB6204]ATTITUDES AND PERCEPTIONS FOR BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES (ETHICS, BIOSAFETY AND INTEGRITY) 1.0 N Wu, Chao-Liang
    0108/1 S190100 [BIMB6204]ATTITUDES AND PERCEPTIONS FOR BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES (ETHICS, BIOSAFETY AND INTEGRITY) 1.0 N Wu, Chao-Liang
    0107/1 S190100 [BIMB6204]ATTITUDES AND PERCEPTIONS FOR BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES (ETHICS, BIOSAFETY AND INTEGRITY) 1.0 N Wu, Chao-Liang