Laboratory Science 3
Module code: NS3023
Module co-ordinator: Dr Cheryl Hurkett
This module will provide you with the skills, competencies and attitudes necessary to complete your Research Project during your degree and for a future career in science in a laboratory setting.
The location and duration varies according to the practical needs of each experimental set-up. In general, you will be assigned a 4-hour session to complete the practical elements of each experiment as well as preliminary data analysis.
You are also expected to spend a small additional amount of time outside of the lab session finalising your analysis and write up of the experiment.
- AC theory
- Transmission line
- Ferrofluid synthesis
- Alloy electroplating and analysis using scanning electron microscopy and electrochemistry
- Climate modelling
- Mathematical biology
- 14 four-hour lab sessions
- Experimental summaries (100%)