Biotechnologies: Issues and Strategies University of Bordeaux
Throughout this course, students improve their knowledge of the mostrecent aspects of plant biotechnologies in terms of methodologies andapproaches. These include GMOs technologies and regulations, genomeediting as well as metabolic engineering. The course focuses on examples to help understand various strategiesused to set up research or industrial projects in this domain.
- Students must have 1st year Master knowledge of biological science,plant biology and biotechnology. - Language prerequisites: a good level of scientific English.
- Formative assessment in case of lab teaching. - Written exam and group presentation. - Duration of assessment: 2 hours.
- Seminars are are given by professionals of the plant biotechnologysector. - Inversed classes are organized to work on the latestBiotechnologies available in Plant Sciences (transplastomic,chemical biology, high value protein expression, etc.). - Lab teaching allows the students to experiment with techniques usedin Plant Biotechnology (molecular biology, plant transformation,microscopic analysis.).
> Lectures, inversed class, seminars with professionals and lab teaching (158 hours): - 48 contact hours (8 hours of lectures, 8 hours of professional seminars, 16 hours of lab teaching, 14 hours of group work, and a 2 hour exam); - 110 self-study hours (50 hours of private reading, 50 hours of exam preparation, 10 hours of group work preparation).
Online Course Requirement
Maximim number of students permitted: 14.Duration: 12 weeks (Fall Semester)Language of instruction: EnglishMode of delivery: Face-to-face teaching; Inversed class; International conferences/seminars; Group work; Lab teaching
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