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Biology

Any technological application which makes use of biological systems or other kind of living organisms for the sake of making products and even modifying the processes is termed as biotechnology. There is widespread application of this field of science as one can find a plethora of new products and processes which are made every day.

In our video lectures, we are going to take a complete detour of this science. Our main focus is the biotech and the pharmaceutical industry; however, we will also talk of structural aspects of biomaterials. We believe that in order to make the most of the video tutorials and hone the knowledge in this area, you need to be familiar with what the biomaterials are made of.

There are different analytical technologies which can be used and in these video tutorials, we are going to explain the same to you. You will learn the intricate details of downstream processing along with the techniques of proteomics. Biomathematics and thermodynamics are offshoots of the same and this is why we have lectures devoted to the same. Learn about enzyme science and engineering and explore the details of how biotechnology can help you make some of the smartest products which you can hope for.

Feel free to explore the different lectures and go through them to polish your expertise in the area. Our video lectures will make you an expert in the area of biotechnology and you will be better equipped to understand the dynamics of this field of science

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Contents: Introduction to Biology,What is Life?,Properties of Life,Acids and Bases,Why are Acids and Bases Important?,pH Scale,Carbohydrates,Classifying Carbohydrates,Sugars,
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UC Berkeley Spring 2015
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UC Berkeley Spring 2015
General introduction to cell structure and function, molecular and organismal genetics, animal development, form and function
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UC Berkeley Fall 2014
Laboratory that accompanies 1A lecture course. Intended for biological science majors, but open to all qualified students
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UC Berkeley Fall 2013
General introduction to cell structure and function, molecular and organismal genetics, animal development, form and function
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UC Berkeley Fall 2013
General introduction to cell structure and function, molecular and organismal genetics, animal development, form and function
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Introduction to Evolution and Natural Selection - Intelligent Design and Evolution - Evolution Clarification - Natural Selection and the Owl Butterfly - DNA Variation in a Spe
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MIT Spring 2006
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