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Bioinformatics 3711 Bioinformatics View Details
Developing practical bioinformatics skills. Some of the topics covered are: introduction to Linux; web databases and resources; overview and use of public and commercial software packages for sequence and structure analysis; examples of applications of everyday bioinformatics.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Chemistry 3251/Biology 3252
Cross-List(s): Chemistry 3711
Offering: 0-0; 2-4
Course Classifications: Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences

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Bioinformatics 4111 Research Seminars View Details
Course content is variable but closely related to the research project undertaken in Bioinformatics 4901. Students are required to present their research to the Department on a regular basis and to attend all seminars sponsored by the Department.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Corequisite(s): Bioinformatics 4901
Offering: Seminars scheduled over fall and winter terms
Course Classifications: Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences

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Bioinformatics 4191 Special Topics in Biological Chemistry View Details
See Department of Chemistry, Chemistry Courses, Chemistry 4191, for full course description.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Cross-List(s): Chemistry 4191
Special Topic: Yes
Course Classifications: Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences

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Bioinformatics 4501 Senior Project View Details
Under the supervision of participating Bioinformatics Science faculty members, students complete a research project culminating in a report.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Course Classifications: Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences

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Bioinformatics 4901 Honours Thesis View Details
A research project and the accompanying written thesis concerning the research investigation which has been undertaken will be submitted to the Department.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Corequisite(s): Bioinformatics 4111
Course Classifications: Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences

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