BC1001: Revolutionary Concepts in Biology | G. Corradino

Undergraduate Lecture
W 10:10AM-12:50PM

Exploration of the major discoveries and ideas that have revolutionized the way we view organisms and understand life. This is an introductory survey course that explores basic concepts of molecular and cellular biology, genetics and evolution. Students will focus on biological concepts, biotechnology and bioethics, which inundate contemporary society.

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