NEW LECTURE in summer 2017: Microbial Genetics
BEGIN: Introduction on April 26th, 2016, 11:15, NC2/99
CONTENT: Modern genetics of microbes, usually bacteria. The aim is to introduce up-to-date concepts and qualify you for biotechnological applications. Furthermore, relevant knowledge from microbiology will be introduced to enable an improved understanding of the biological consequences of molecular genetics.
Targeted student group: M.Sc. students in biochemistry (and chemistry) with an interest in genetics, microbiology or biotechnology; graduate students.
Study material: Suitable books and journal articles will be mentioned in the first lecture and on moodle.
Current lectures can be found here (Vorlesungsverzeichnis).
Lecture material can be found on the RUB blackboard.
Recent lectures include:
Laboratory training for undergraduate students:
If you are interested in joining our group for a Bachelor or Master thesis or preparatory undergraduate research projects, please contact us.
Students are enabled to pursue scientific projects with an ever increasing level of independence in an interdisciplinary environment.
Possible topics include one or more of the following techniques:
Fakultät für Chemie und Biochemie