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Biochemistry 115
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Biotechnology 126
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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Cook College Programs of Study Biotechnology 126  

Biotechnology 126

Degree: B.S.

Coordinator:Barbara A. Zilinskas (zilinskas@aesop.rutgers.edu)


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Code
Office
Phone (Ext.)
Carol A. Bagnell
(BQ)
Bartlett 102
2-0535
Dawn Brasaemle
(BG)
Thompson 133
2-6524
Theodore Chase, Jr.
(CH)
Lipman 220
2-9763 (220)
Wendie S. Cohick
(CP)
Foran 108B
2-8165 (105)
Thomas J. Gianfagna
(GN)
Foran 280
2-9711 (252)
Max M. Haggblom
(HQ)
Lipman 326
2-9763 (326)
Bradley I. Hillman
(HY)
Foran 339A
2-9711 (334)
Barry W. Jesse
(JE)
Foran 108A
2-8165 (104)
Donald Y. Kobayashi
(KN)
Foran 337A
2-8942 (328)
Thomas Leustek
(LG)
Foran 328A
2-8165 (326)
Malcolm Watford
(WR)
Thompson 130
2-7418
Barbara A. Zilinskas
(ZB)
Foran 296D
2-9711 (232)
Gerben J. Zylstra
(ZA)
Foran 322A
2-8165 (320)


The field of biotechnology has emerged as a major contributor to the advancement of agriculture, medicine, and environmental sciences. Recent developments in biotechnology, particularly molecular biology, promise major improvements in agricultural productivity, breakthroughs in human health care, and new solutions to environmental problems.

The biotechnology curriculum is designed to provide students with fundamental knowledge and laboratory skills in biotechnology, including molecular biology, and a firm foundation in biology and the physical sciences. The primary objectives of the program are to broadly educate students for positions in the rapidly developing biotech-nology industry and to prepare students for graduate and graduate/professional study in the life sciences. The strong life and physical sciences foundation of the curriculum involves extensive laboratory and course work and research experience, as well as specializations in the following fields: animal biotechnology, microbial biotechnology, plant biotechnology, and bioinformatics.


 
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