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Learning Resource: Biological Information Handling: Essentials for Engineers

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Title: Biological Information Handling: Essentials for Engineers
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Authors: Mary Lidstrom, Q. Zhou, D. Farkas, A. McBride, P. Kirkham,M. Hoffman
Courseware Series: Premier Award WinnerAssociate Editor's Choice
Summary: This tutorial is a self-paced, interactive platform to teach biology fundamentals to engineers. Cells need to grow and reproduce so that larger components suchs as tissues, organs, and organisms can flourish. This tutorial focuses on how cells carry out these important tasks. Estimated completion time: 1-3 hours.
Subject Headings: Civil Engineering, Life Sciences, Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering, General Engineering, Engineering Science, Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Biological Systems and Agricultural Engineering, Chemical, Biochemical, Biomolecular Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Materials Engineering
Metadata: IMS Record
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