McMaster Science Course Advice Forum (MSCAF)
A community project to give advice/feedback/tips on science courses, such as difficulty of course, prof. teaching style, how to study, what to focus on, and what to watch out for. Brought to you by the MSS Year Representatives. All programs are here, look around!
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How do scientists make sure their work in the lab or field is put to good use in communities? They communicate it to their peers, policymakers and the public. In this course, students will learn and practice the basics of effective written, visual and oral science communication. They will create research papers, posters, lay summaries, graphical abstracts, oral presentations, commentaries and tweets that tackle a range of scientific disciplines and explore the growing field of science communication research. [3 units]
Molecular genetics of bacteria and bacteriophage. Special emphasis will be placed on relationships between microbial genetics and general problems in genetics and gene regulation. [3 units]
Analysis of plant cell metabolism and the regulation of metabolism at the biochemical and molecular genetic level. [3 units]
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