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マンチェスター大学(University of Manchester) による Industrial Biotechnology の受講者のレビューおよびフィードバック

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コースについて

Fossil fuels have been the primary energy source for society since the Industrial Revolution. They provide the raw material for the manufacture of many everyday products that we take for granted, including pharmaceuticals, food and drink, materials, plastics and personal care. As the 21st century progresses we need solutions for the manufacture of chemicals that are smarter, more predictable and more sustainable. Industrial biotechnology is changing how we manufacture chemicals and materials, as well as providing us with a source of renewable energy. It is at the core of sustainable manufacturing processes and an attractive alternative to traditional manufacturing technologies to commercially advance and transform priority industrial sectors yielding more and more viable solutions for our environment in the form of new chemicals, new materials and bioenergy. This course will cover the key enabling technologies that underpin biotechnology research including enzyme discovery and engineering, systems and synthetic biology and biochemical and process engineering. Much of this material will be delivered through lectures to ensure that you have a solid foundation in these key areas. We will also consider the wider issues involved in sustainable manufacturing including responsible research innovation and bioethics. In the second part of the course we will look at how these technologies translate into real world applications which benefit society and impact our everyday lives. This will include input from our industry stakeholders and collaborators working in the pharmaceutical, chemicals and biofuels industries. By the end of this course you will be able to: 1. Understand enzymatic function and catalysis. 2. Explain the technologies and methodologies underpinning systems and synthetic biology. 3. Explain the diversity of synthetic biology application and discuss the different ethical and regulatory/governance challenges involved in this research. 4. Understand the principles and role of bioprocessing and biochemical engineering in industrial biotechnology. 5. Have an informed discussion of the key enabling technologies underpinning research in industrial biotechnology 6. Give examples of industrial biotechnology products and processes and their application in healthcare, agriculture, fine chemicals, energy and the environment....

人気のレビュー

MK

2021年3月5日

Great course. Im a chemical engineering, applying for master's in Chemical Biotechnology. This course really helped in understanding the basics of this amazing field. Thanks guys. Humans are awesome.

JC

2020年4月28日

Very informative and very well organised course and it really helped me provide a good insight into the world of Biotechnology, the applications in the health sector and its potential in the future.

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Industrial Biotechnology: 451 - 475 / 618 レビュー

by RAHUL S

2022年4月27日

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by Anoop K M

2020年5月3日

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2019年8月10日

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2018年9月11日

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2020年10月21日

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2020年9月24日

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2020年9月19日

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2020年9月12日

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2020年8月25日

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2020年8月23日

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2020年7月17日

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2020年6月14日

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2020年6月6日

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2020年5月25日

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2020年5月25日

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2020年5月21日

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2020年5月9日

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2020年4月24日

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2020年4月16日

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2019年2月3日

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by GARCIA, P J (

2020年11月14日

The course was appealing and very informative. Although, I cannot see that this would be well-understood with a beginner-level of knowledge, as shown in the course info. Also, the transition to every video every week was very hard to adapt due that of many professors unsystematically ordered in presentation (as I see to be), and there was a presentation that has audio problems (i.e. in Week 5 Module 5). On the flip side, the course was able to deliver information that interests me more as a BS-MS Chemical Engineering student to research in the field of Biochemical Engineering - this due to the expanse of introductory information (I believed for awareness) lectured by numerous professors in different fields.