Event Title

Undergraduate Research in Biotechnology: Course Oriented vs. Individually Developed Research Programs

Presentation Type

Poster Session

Location

Burnett Honors College

Start Date

11-10-2013 5:15 PM

End Date

11-10-2013 7:00 PM

Description/Abstract

Research is a major component of The Perry Center’s Biotechnology curricula. The courses are embedded in critical thinking and practical applications. Molecular biology and contemporary laboratory techniques are also covered within this framework. The honors class is designed with a comparative study component. All students perform DNA extraction through bioinformatics analysis. The relative nature of this class introduces students to the collaborative nature of science. The Perry Center also encourages more seasoned students to develop an experimental design of their own interest, and the results are presented at Santa Fe College as well as state wide undergraduate research meetings.

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Undergraduate Research in Biotechnology: Course Oriented vs. Individually Developed Research Programs

Burnett Honors College

Research is a major component of The Perry Center’s Biotechnology curricula. The courses are embedded in critical thinking and practical applications. Molecular biology and contemporary laboratory techniques are also covered within this framework. The honors class is designed with a comparative study component. All students perform DNA extraction through bioinformatics analysis. The relative nature of this class introduces students to the collaborative nature of science. The Perry Center also encourages more seasoned students to develop an experimental design of their own interest, and the results are presented at Santa Fe College as well as state wide undergraduate research meetings.