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38-101 Eureka

Department:MCS Interdisciplinary
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Excited about science? Join your peers and faculty to explore science through this interdisciplinary laboratory course designed for first-year students. The course will bridge together laboratory experiences from biology, chemistry, and physics, with mathematics playing a central role in the data analysis of the experimental results. The experiments chosen for this course will illustrate the commonality of investigative techniques in these sciences and will emphasize experimental design and hypothesis testing. We will engage in weekly discussions not only on topics related to the laboratory experiments and projects in hand but also on some of the most exciting advances, deeper understanding, and ethical questions in science and mathematics.

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  Spring 2005 times

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1 10:30 - 11:20 am T Instructor TBA TBA Add course to my schedule
T Instructor TBA TBA
A3 9:30 am - 12:20 pm R Instructor TBA DH 2303 Add course to my schedule
A4 9:30 am - 12:20 pm R Instructor TBA DH 2303 Add course to my schedule

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