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'''Lecture:'''  T/R noon-1 (36-156)
'''Lecture:'''  T/R noon-1 (36-156)
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'''Office Hours:'''  M 3-4pm and W 12-1pm (68-329)
'''Welcome to BE.180, MIT Biological Engineering's programming course!''' For many of you this will be the first time learning to program computers; others may already be programming gurus.  Regardless of your background, upon completing BE.180 you'll have learned how to solve complex biological engineering problems using computational approaches.  You'll also discover the rudiments of how to program DNA, the genetic material that runs inside all living organisms.  Along the way, you'll be exposed to powerful ideas that underlie all of modern engineering.  We hope that you have a great experience with the course!
'''Welcome to BE.180, MIT Biological Engineering's programming course!''' For many of you this will be the first time learning to program computers; others may already be programming gurus.  Regardless of your background, upon completing BE.180 you'll have learned how to solve complex biological engineering problems using computational approaches.  You'll also discover the rudiments of how to program DNA, the genetic material that runs inside all living organisms.  Along the way, you'll be exposed to powerful ideas that underlie all of modern engineering.  We hope that you have a great experience with the course!

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BE.180 Biological Engineering Programming

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Spring 2006

Instructor: Drew Endy (endy at mit dot edu)

TAs: Laura Sontag (sontag at mit dot edu) and Sabrina Spencer (spencers at mit dot edu)

Lecture: T/R noon-1 (36-156)

Office Hours: M 3-4pm and W 12-1pm (68-329)

Welcome to BE.180, MIT Biological Engineering's programming course! For many of you this will be the first time learning to program computers; others may already be programming gurus. Regardless of your background, upon completing BE.180 you'll have learned how to solve complex biological engineering problems using computational approaches. You'll also discover the rudiments of how to program DNA, the genetic material that runs inside all living organisms. Along the way, you'll be exposed to powerful ideas that underlie all of modern engineering. We hope that you have a great experience with the course!

Announcements

  • 2 March 2006. Solutions for the first assignment have been posted: BE.180:Assignment1. Please email the TAs if you still have any questions after looking over the solutions. Also, the second assignment has been posted: BE.180:Assignment2. Please try to start the new assignment early as it covers new concepts and may take longer than the first assignment.
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