This MRes programme aims to train students in the fast-growing area of synthetic biology to design and build novel artificial biological systems.
To find out core information about this degree, such as entry requirements, programme length and cost, visit the UCL Graduate Degrees site.
Core or compulsory module(s)
The MRes in Synthetic Biology is composed of 4 parts; a major research project and 3 taught modules that add up to a total of 180 credits.
- MRes Synthetic Biology Research Project (BENG0046) (120 credits)
- Synthetic Biology (BENG0045) (30 credits)
- Research Skills (Synthetic Biology) (BENG0097) (15 credits)
- Transferable Skills in Bioprocess Research and Development (BENG0044) (15 credits)
Course director: Professor John Ward
Lecturers and Teaching Fellows
Details of specific lecturers and teaching fellows can be found on module pages.
To illustrate how the course will be taught, you can find live timetable information at timetable.ucl.ac.uk - simply click on 'Degree programme' and enter the desired course title.
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