Cao, G. (2011) Nanostructures and Nanomaterials: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd, pp. 600.
Scientific articles will be added.
The aim of the course is for the student to acquire knowledge enabling the appreciation of the concepts of nanotechnology as applied to molecular biology, and nanomedicine, and their integration within biomedical surface science.
1. Bachelor’s degree (180 credits) or equivalent with a major in chemistry, biochemistry, biomedical technology, biomedical methods and technology, biomedical laboratory science, or in other areas of natural, medical, engineering sciences or technology of relevance to the programme with a minimum of 15 credits in chemistry and/or biochemistry.
2. The equivalent of English B, or English 6, in Swedish secondary school.
The course coordinator/examiner is responsible for ensuring that two course evaluations will be conducted for the course. A preliminary course evaluation will be conducted upon the completion of half of the course. The results will be compiled and relayed to the students as soon as possible. The results will be presented on the course website and will be relayed to students during lesson time. A summary course evaluation will be conducted in connection with the completion of the course. The course coordinator will relay the results to the students at a prearranged time. Memory notes from the feedback, including proposals for changes to the course, will be documented and made available on the course website, and will also be relayed to the students who begin the course the next time it is given.
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