Introduction to Maths4Biosciences

Nick Maths, Taking the sting out of science maths

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    • Why is 'science maths' important?

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About This Class

Welcome to the Introduction to Maths4Biosciences course.

In this course, I will cover why it is important that as a bioscientist or chemistry student that you understand what I call ‘science maths’. I will also explain how the courses are designed and laid out, and give an overview of what the different courses offer. This first course, the one you are on now, will also give you an idea of how the other courses are structured and how they will work.

This is just an introductory class that outlines why this is such an important subject.

The courses cover, in no particular order:

Apple iBooksMolarity and Molar Solutions (coming soon)
Percentage solutions  (coming soon)
Dilutions (coming soon)
Spectrophotometry  (coming soon)
Enzyme activity (coming soon)

And there may be more on the way.

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Nick Maths

Taking the sting out of science maths

I am a senior university lecturer based in the UK.

I have over 30 years of lab experience, and for the past 18 years, I have taught on a number of university degree programmes including biomedical sciences, biochemistry, genetics, pharmacology, physiology and microbiology. I have run first, and a second-year university biochemistry, genetics, cell biology, microbiology and pharmacology practicals in which students had to perform the type chemistry calculations found in the courses I am...

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