Biochemistry OpenCourseWare: A Free Online Graduate Study Biochemistry Course by MIT

Published Feb 14, 2009

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'Biochemistry' is a free OpenCourseWare from MIT. This graduate-level course focuses on the analysis of proteins, their binding and breakdown processes. This class is ideal for any student interested in studying Biology, Chemistry, Microbiology or related topics.

Biochemistry: Course Specifics

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Biochemistry: Course Description

MIT professors Frank Solomon, Tania Baker and Bob Sauer all teach this free 'Biochemistry' course. Course topics include kinetics, entropy, enthalpy, molecular structure and dynamics and the properties of proteins and nucleic acids. Students will learn to make use of the Chemical Kinetics Simulator and will review chemical equilibriums and thermodynamics and will receive an introduction to the major concepts in the field of biochemistry. This graduate-level course is offered by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Department of Biology.

The lecture notes for this course are available online. If you're interested in this course, visit the biochemistry processes course page.

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