Biotechnology Laboratory Skills for a Regulated Workplace
Credits: 3Catalog #10007103
Covers basic concepts and techniques necessary to work effectively in a biotechnology lab. The importance of quality regulations and standards and the role of the technician in producing quality results are emphasized. Laboratory math is introduced and applied. Students learn basic techniques including: measuring, weighing, mixing solutions, following and writing procedures, keeping records, making observations, and using instrument manuals and catalogues. Principles of metrology (measurement) are introduced and students practice using, calibrating and verifying the performance of instruments. Lab included. Co-requisite: 10-806-127 or 10-806-134, and 10-007-136 or consent of instructor.
Enrollment Requirements: Corequisite: Chem 1, 10806127 or Gen Chem, 10806134; or General, Organic and Biological Chem, 20806201; or College Chem 1, 20806209, and Laboratory Math for Biotech, 10007136; or acceptance into Post-baccalaureate Cert, or Biotech Intensive Post-bacc
last updated: 07:01:18 AM Mar 1 2015
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