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The Education Group

PAST COLLOQUIA

April 1998 Biochemistry in the Medical Curriculum Revisited
Sept 1998 'Does biochemistry have a core ?' and
'Modelling in Metabolism', (joint colloquium with the Regulation in Metabolism Group)
December 1997 How can we afford to teach molecular biology ?
April 1997 Bioinformatics - education for the 21st century
Sept. 1996 Who needs lectures? What are the alternatives?
April 1996 What's the use of biochemistry practicals?
Sept. 1995 Computers & the teaching of biochemistry
April 1995 How much biochemistry should a good doctor know?
April 1994 How can we put the CHEMISTRY back into BIOchemistry?
Dec. 1993 Effects of changes in school curricula on the teaching of biochemistry
April 1993 What's all this about quality?
Dec. 1992 New directions for biochemistry & physiology teaching
Aug. 1992 Work experience for biochemistry students
Dec. 1991 Credit accumulation and transfer
July 1991 Bioenergetics: what should we teach & how should we teach it?
Dec. 1990 Biochemists for industry - chance or design?
April 1988 Teaching of modern molecular biology
Dec. 1987 Biochemistry: present & future trends in the undergraduate science curriculum
Sept. 1987 Postgraduate education
March 1986 Assessment
Sept. 1985 What to leave out: curriculum development in Biochemistry
March 1985 Wet or dry, the fate of the biochemistry practical



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