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Division of Biosciences (D09)

The Division of Biosciences at UCL is one of the world's foremost centres for research and teaching in the biological sciences. We have an outstanding international reputation and a community of over 500 staff and 300 PhD students engaged in cutting edge research and collaboration.

Our research interests span all biological scales from molecules to cells, tissues, organisms and populations.

The Division's composed of four main research departments, incorporating centres, institutes, and shared resources with affiliated divisions.

Cell and Developmental Biology

- UCL Centre for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine
- UCL Consortium for Mitochondrial Research

Genetics, Evolution and Environment

- UCL Genetics Institute
- UCL Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research (CBER)
- UCL Institute for Healthy Ageing

Neuroscience, Physiology and Pharmacology

Structural and Molecular Biology

- UCL and Birkbeck Institute for Structural and Molecular Biology

Division of Biosciences (D09)

D09 MATLAB for SysMIC Course

D09 MATLAB for SysMIC Course

£55.00

Description

MATLAB Licence for the SysMIC course – Full cost
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D09 SysMIC Module 1 Full Cost Including MATLAB Licence

D09 SysMIC Module 1 Full Cost Including MATLAB Licence

£1250.00

Description

A comprehensive online course in systems biology and interdisciplinary skills, which are increasingly important to cutting edge biological research.

The course materials are built around biological examples drawn from a wide range of research areas and biological scales. These illustrate maths and computing techniques, which can be used to model and analyse biological systems.

Every topic includes code examples (in MATLAB or R), exercises and quizzes, with support provided by online tutors
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D09 SysMIC Module 1 MRC Students funded by MRC Centre Grant

D09 SysMIC Module 1 MRC Students funded by MRC Centre Grant

£500.00

Description

A comprehensive online course in systems biology and interdisciplinary skills, which are increasingly important to cutting edge biological research.

The course materials are built around biological examples drawn from a wide range of research areas and biological scales. These illustrate maths and computing techniques, which can be used to model and analyse biological systems.

Every topic includes code examples (in MATLAB or R), exercises and quizzes, with support provided by online tutors
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D09 SysMIC Module 2 Full Cost Excluding MATLAB Licence

D09 SysMIC Module 2 Full Cost Excluding MATLAB Licence

£1250.00

Description

A comprehensive online course in systems biology and interdisciplinary skills, which are increasingly important to cutting edge biological research.

The course materials are built around biological examples drawn from a wide range of research areas and biological scales. These illustrate maths and computing techniques, which can be used to model and analyse biological systems.

Every topic includes code examples (in MATLAB or R), exercises and quizzes, with support provided by online tutors
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D09 SysMIC Module 2 MRC Students funded by MRC Centre Grant

D09 SysMIC Module 2 MRC Students funded by MRC Centre Grant

£500.00

Description

A comprehensive online course in systems biology and interdisciplinary skills, which are increasingly important to cutting edge biological research.

The course materials are built around biological examples drawn from a wide range of research areas and biological scales. These illustrate maths and computing techniques, which can be used to model and analyse biological systems.

Every topic includes code examples (in MATLAB or R), exercises and quizzes, with support provided by online tutors
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D09 SysMIC Module 3 Full Cost Excluding MATLAB Licence

D09 SysMIC Module 3 Full Cost Excluding MATLAB Licence

£1250.00

Description

A comprehensive online course in systems biology and interdisciplinary skills, which are increasingly important to cutting edge biological research.

The course materials are built around biological examples drawn from a wide range of research areas and biological scales. These illustrate maths and computing techniques, which can be used to model and analyse biological systems.

Every topic includes code examples (in MATLAB or R), exercises and quizzes, with support provided by online tutors
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D09 SysMIC Module 3 MRC Students funded by MRC Centre Grant

D09 SysMIC Module 3 MRC Students funded by MRC Centre Grant

£500.00

Description

A comprehensive online course in systems biology and interdisciplinary skills, which are increasingly important to cutting edge biological research.

The course materials are built around biological examples drawn from a wide range of research areas and biological scales. These illustrate maths and computing techniques, which can be used to model and analyse biological systems.

Every topic includes code examples (in MATLAB or R), exercises and quizzes, with support provided by online tutors
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D09 SysMIC Module 1- PhD Students.

D09 SysMIC Module 1- PhD Students.

£800.00

Description

A comprehensive online course in systems biology and interdisciplinary skills, which are increasingly important to cutting edge biological research.

The course materials are built around biological examples drawn from a wide range of research areas and biological scales. These illustrate maths and computing techniques, which can be used to model and analyse biological systems. Every topic includes code examples (in MATLAB or R), exercises and quizzes, with support provided by online tutors.
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D09 Half Price of SysMIC Module.

D09 Half Price of SysMIC Module.

£625.00

Description

Online training in maths and computing for the bioscience research community.
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D09 10% Discount for SysMIC Module

D09 10% Discount for SysMIC Module

£1125.00

Description

Online training in maths and computing for the bioscience research community.
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