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CDD BIOL  

Biological sciences

The Bachelor programme provides graduates with a solid basic grounding in biology, chemistry and informatics and a good interdisciplinary knowledge of biotechnological approaches that can be applied in various industrial and environmental contexts, in particular: the development of biotechnological processes to obtain products of use to mankind; genomics and proteomics; development of processes for environmental protection and remediation; the development of innovative methodologies in industrial and environmental contexts. Graduates will also gain an appreciation of bioinformatics approaches for the storage, analysis and interpretation of biological data.

Biodiversity and evolutionary biology  – BIOEVO
 
The Master programme provides a specialized and modern education in the field of organismal biology and aims to develop knowledge of the complexity of living organisms in themselves and in their evolutionary context. The central themes of animal and plant biodiversity and evolution are presented with specific reference to functional and structural adaptations, reproductive strategies, development, behaviour, environmental interactions and a modern perspective on evolutionary biology.

Biology applied to research in biomedicine – BARB

The Master programme provides the theoretical and practical knowledge required to work individually, or as part of a collaborative team in the fields of molecular diagnostics as well as in basic and applied biomedical research. The course particularly emphasizes the development of graduates with the capacity both to work constructively but also with critical capacities regarding the latest developments in biomedical research.

Molecular biology of the cell – BMC

Since academic year 2015-2016 the master's course in Biologia Molecolare della Cellula (BMC) has been replaced by the course in Molecular Biology of the Cell (MBC), which is entirely taught in English, (see below).

Biology applied to nutritional sciences – BIONUTRI 

The purpose of the Master programme is to provide experts in the application of biological principles to: nutritional sciences; the study of interactions between environment and food; hygiene and food quality and food traceability and certification.  With their understanding of biological considerations underlying nutritional science, graduates will be able to affront problems deriving from rapid changes in environmental, cultural, legal and technological conditions that the world is currently facing.

Master’s degree course in Molecular Biology of the Cell (MBC)

The Masteris newly launched in English. Starting from the Academic Year (a.a.) 2015-2016 the two year course will be active.
The main goal of MBC is to train biologists in the field of advanced bio-molecular research to face the present and future challenges in this field.

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