NOC:Bioengineering: An Interface with Biology and Medicine


Lecture 1 - Why biology for engineers - Part I


Lecture 2 - Why biology for engineers - Part II


Lecture 3 - Life processes and Cell


Lecture 4 - Cell and its properties


Lecture 5 - Clinician’s Perspective - I


Lecture 6 - Nucleic Acid and Central Dogma


Lecture 7 - DNA Tools: Gene Cloning - I


Lecture 8 - DNA Tools: Gene Cloning - II


Lecture 9 - DNA Tools and Biotechnology - I


Lecture 10 - DNA Tools and Biotechnology - II


Lecture 11 - DNA Tools and Biotechnology - III


Lecture 12 - DNA Tools and Biotechnology - IV


Lecture 13 - DNA Tools and Biotechnology - V


Lecture 14 - DNA Tools and Biotechnology - VI


Lecture 15 - Clinician’s Perspective - II


Lecture 16 - Genetics - I


Lecture 17 - Genetics - II


Lecture 18 - Genetics - III


Lecture 19 - Genetics - IV


Lecture 20 - Clinician’s Perspective - III


Lecture 21 - Chromosomal basis of inheritance


Lecture 22 - Linkage, chromosomal disorders


Lecture 23 - Classical Genetics Experiments


Lecture 24 - Bacteria and Viruses


Lecture 25 - Clinician’s Perspective - IV


Lecture 26 - Cell cycle disregulation and Cancer


Lecture 27 - Developmental Biology


Lecture 28 - Principles and application of Animal Cloning


Lecture 29 - Evolution


Lecture 30 - Clinician’s Perspective - V


Lecture 31 - Amino acids and proteins


Lecture 32 - Proteins and Proteomics


Lecture 33 - Techniques to Study Protein and Proteome - I


Lecture 34 - Techniques to Study Protein and Proteome - II


Lecture 35 - Bioinformatics - I


Lecture 36 - Techniques to Study Protein and Proteome - III


Lecture 37 - Protein Interactions and Microarrays


Lecture 38 - Protein interactions and Systems biology


Lecture 39 - Bioinformatics - II


Lecture 40 - Ethics in Research and Publications