Transdisciplinary Life Science Course
This course will help students develop research skills to investigate the nature of life from new perspectives based on a foundation in physics, chemistry, and biology. The course is designed to give individuals the life sciences knowledge and practical skills to have an active role in various industries.
As a prerequisite for the course, candidates are expected to have learned not only biology but also the basic natural sciences such as chemistry, physics, and mathematics during their undergraduate years.
To cultivate the next generation of leaders with innovative ideas supported by solid background knowledge, this course provides structured and comprehensive education in the life science fields. This educational program introduces four new essential life science study areas that were difficult to cover in previous curricula.
- “Grad. School of Life Science, Transdisciplinary Life Science Course, Division of Life Science”（Movie）