|Day & Time
545 Seeley W. Mudd Building
|Method of Instruction
Fundamentals of nanobioscience and nanobiotechnology, scientific foundations, engineering principles, current and envisioned applications. Includes discussion of intermolecular forces and bonding, of kinetics and thermodynamics of self-assembly, of nanoscale transport processes arising from actions of biomolecular motors, computation and control in biomolecular systems, and of mitochondrium as an example of a nanoscale factory.
|26 students (45 max) as of 6:06PM Thursday, February 22, 2024
|School of Engineering and Applied Science: Graduate
|Engineering:Undergraduate, Engineering:Graduate, GSAS
|Open to SEAS non-BME students on January 17