Through case study presentations students will be introduced to how biotechnology advances are impacting on society by solving problems in medicine, agriculture, and environmental management. Lectures discuss current analytical technologies that are enabling the performance of scientific fundamental and applied research. Through assignments, students will be provided with the opportunities to develop scientific expertise in a biotechnology targeted area of their interest and to develop the skills required to interpret scientific findings and report them to key technical and non-technical stakeholders involved in biotechnology commercialisation.
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