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Bioanalysis  
… focuses on: In biology: biology, microbiology, molecular biology / gene technology, biochemistry, food chemistry, pharmacology / toxicology In methodology: biophilosophy, mathematics, computer science In…  
Prof. Dr. Holger Hassel  
… nutrition of the aid infodienst, an information service covering the areas of consumer protection, food and agriculture Curriculum Vitae since 2011: Head of the Institute for Applied Health Sciences (IaG) at…  
Offered Courses for Exchange Students  
… ECTS Innovation management (elective course) - 3 ECTS Immunological Kits (elective course) - 3 ECTS Food Microbiology (elective course) - 3 ECTS Flow Cytometry (elective course) - 3 ECTS Protein analysis by…  
Analytical Instruments, Measurement and Sensor Technology  
… office or health insurance. We help to open your bank account as well as finding places to buy food. Or you need an appointment for a doctor? You need to sign a German contract for internship? You need…  
Research Profile  
… of research in the natural sciences are projects on environmental microbiology, bioanalysis and food biotechnology. Kontakt ResearchTransferCenter T. +49 (0)9561 317-360 F. +49 (0)9561 317-390 …  
Institutes  
… technologies. The topics are diverse and include, for example, neurodegenerative diseases, food safety, biomarkers and environmental microbiology. The Institute for Bioanalysis is part of the…  
FAQs  
… Shanghai you have to calculate 400 to 500 EUR for accommodation. But the rest like transportation or food is very cheap. Are there any scholarship funds available for students? Coburg University of Applied…  
Before you arrive  
… (if necessary) EUR 90 Books and supplies: EUR 50 Room and board: EUR 300 Personal expenses (food, clothing, travel, loan fees etc.): EUR 280 Total: EUR 720 per month Price Overview 1 loaf of bread:…  
Bioanalysis  
… Graduates can work in a variety of potential industries. This includes: (bio) analysis labs, food industry, pharmacology, clinics, forensics, environmental technology and analysis, hygiene etc. Master’s…  
How our brain works – meaning of neuroscientific discoveries  
…olored slices of apple, strongly salted chocolate – most people have to think at least twice, if experimental foods like these are to their liking. It is our brain’s fault, contingent upon evolution it sends out warning…