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  • Bioinformatics

    RMI-SCB240 | Undergraduate

    Put the theory behind bioinformatics under the microscope. Step inside database and information systems and see how they’re organised. Identify biological proteins and analyse their structures. Manipulate DNA sequences and study molecular modelling.

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  • Scientific Skills and Communication

    RMI-SCB100 | Undergraduate

    Prepare for a professional scientific career. Write and communicate using a range of suitable language, tools and science protocols. Work responsibly and safely. Explain the role and relevance of science in society. Gain practical study skills.

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  • Genetics and Molecular Biology

    RMI-SCB220 | Undergraduate

    Zero in on the building blocks that make up organisms across the planet. Question how genes are structured and mapped. Consider concepts like inheritance and DNA repair. Look to the ethical quandaries that the study of molecular biology can raise.

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  • Learn how professionals respond to infectious disease outbreaks. Play your part in an outbreak response team in a simulated epidemic setting. Analyse the cause and spread of an outbreak, learn how to control it, and plan communication strategies

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  • Cell Structure and Function

    RMI-SCB110 | Undergraduate

    Discover the structure, diversity and function of living cells. Explore cell origin and evolution. Learn the specialised role of eukaryotic organelles. Put cells under the microscope from composition and respiration to division and regulation

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  • Chemistry of Materials 2

    RMI-SCC200 | Undergraduate

    Study inorganic, organic and physical chemistry. Define the structure of metals. Use integrated rate laws to assess conductance and measure reaction rates. Apply the principles of phase equilibrium to ideal and real solutions

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  • Map the genetics, immunology and microbiology of the human body. Learn to examine, isolate, transfer and culture micro-organisms. Consider cell structure and replication. Study the immune system. Learn about inheritance traits and genetic transfer. 

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  • Science Fiction, Science Fact

    RMI-SCI302 | Undergraduate

    Navigate the journey between science fact and fiction. Learn how fictional ideas inspire futuristic, functional design. From Star Trek to cryogenics and nanotechnology, clarify how scientific research has solved many tech challenges in society. 

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  • Environmental Studies

    RMI-SCE300 | Undergraduate

    Grow and nurture your knowledge of the environment. Map the impact of carbon dioxide produced by human activities. Reveal the state of the environment and impact of mining. Study hazardous waste and wastewater treatment. 

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  • Astronomy and Black Holes

    RMI-SCI200 | Undergraduate

    Revolve around the origin and development of the galaxy and universe. Navigate a course in astronomy, astrophysics and cosmology. Explore the life cycle of stars and the gravitational effects of black holes. Discuss the Big Bang hypothesis. 

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