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Applied work and research projects

These courses are available for students within the Bachelor’s and Master’s programme at the Department of Biology, Lund University. The courses are also open for Exchange students at our department. We encourage all our students to do internships or projects during their education. It provides valuable contacts and work experience.

Information about projects and applied work in:


Bioinformatics

Research projects

  • BINP35 Bioinformatics: Research Project 7.5 cr (5 weeks)
  • BINP37 Bioinformatics: Research Project 15 cr (10 weeks)
  • BINP39 Bioinformatics: Research Project 30 cr (20 weeks)

The project shall be presented as a scientific report in English. The format of your report should follow the instructions on how to write manuscripts for a scientific journal. Choose together with your supervisor an appropriate journal as template. Study carefully how articles are written in the selected journal. Get the "Instructions for authors" through the journal's website. Discuss with your supervisor whether your report may deviate from these instructions. For example, a degree project report may be longer than a regular scientific paper, and contain more details and include some preliminary data. The project should also be presented as a seminar either at the place of work or at the Department of Biology (only compulsory for 15 and 30 cr Research projects).

Applied work

  • BINP36 Bioinformatics: Applied work 7,5 cr (10 weeks)
  • BINP38 Bioinformatics: Applied work 15 cr (10 weeks)

To complete the course an internship report should be written. The report should be brief and it should not exceed 10 pages. It should contain a description of the various tasks performed, and a summary of the student's own results and experiences from the work. If the work was performed outside Lund University a description of the workplace should be included.

For more information please contact: Lotta Persmark


Biology

Applied work, bachelors level

  • BIOF20 Applied work, 7.5 cr (5 weeks)
  • BIOF05 Applied work, 10 cr (8 weeks)
  • BIOF21 Applied work, 15 cr (10 weeks)
  • BIOF30 Applied work, 30 cr (20 weeks)

Project, bachelors level

BIOF09 Project 7.5 cr (5 weeks)

Project, advanced level

  • BIOT03 Project 15 cr (10 weeks)
  • BIOT04 Project 30 cr (20 weeks)

For more information please contact Lotta Persmark


Molecular Biology

Applied work, bachelors level

  • BIOF20 Applied work, 7.5 cr (5 weeks)
  • BIOF05 Applied work, 10 cr (8 weeks)
  • BIOF21 Applied work, 15 cr (10 weeks)
  • BIOF30 Applied work, 30 cr (20 weeks)

Project, bachelors level

BIOF09 Project 7.5 cr (5 weeks)

Project, advanced level

  • MOBT03 Project 15 cr (10 weeks)
  • MOBT04 Project 30 cr (20 weeks)

For more information please contact Christina Ledje

Page Manager:

Study coordinator

Lotta Persmark
Study advisor
Education office

Telehone: +46 46-222 37 28
E-mail: Lotta [dot] Persmark [at] biol [dot] lu [dot] se

Study coordinator

Christina Ledje
Study advisor
Education office, Ecology building

Telephone: +46 46-222 73 16
E-mail: Christina [dot] Ledje [at] biol [dot] lu [dot] se

Maps

Term dates

Autumn term 2017

1st Period: 28/8–27/10
1a: 28/8–26/9
1b: 27/9–27/10
2nd Period: 30/10–12/1
2a: 30/10–29/11
2b: 30/11–12/1

Holidays

Christmas holiday: 22/12–7/1

Spring term 2018

1st Period: 15/1–16/3
1a: 15/1–14/2
1b: 15/2–16/3
2nd Period: 20/3–1/6
2a: 20/3–24/4
2b: 25/4–1/6

Holidays

Easter Holiday: 29 of March –  2 of April
Valborg: 30 of April
Förste maj: 1 or May
Ascension Day Holiday: 10–13 of May