Biochemistry refers to the methods in which chemical reactions affect life processes. Typical classes may include inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, enzymology, biochemical regulations, cell structure and organization, organic chemistry, biotechnology, analytical chemistry, genetics and molecular theory.
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The special characteristic and incentive of the Graduate School Life Science Munich - From Molecules to Systems – (LSM) lies in its transdisciplinarity and intersectoral broad ... +
QBM seeks to train a cohort of young scientists who, while firmly anchored in their home discipline, are well versed in multiple approaches and styles of thought. The goal is ... +
This program will allow students to become highly qualified experts who are capable of developing new products and launching their production in chemical-technology practice.
The doctoral program in Bioorganic Chemistry encompasses both experimental work and theoretical courses in Organic and Bioorganic Chemistry. The program puts a particular emph ... +
Students entering this program are trained in all fields of Biochemistry including bioenergetics, enzymology, molecular biology, protein chemistry and structure, immunochemist ... +
The Ph.D. in Biochemistry aims to contribute to the strengthening and consolidation of scientific research, through advanced training and specialized training of human resourc ... +
This programme focuses on the design, development and optimisation of inorganic technologies, as well as management of chemical operations, distribution and application of che ... +
This programme focuses on the interface between inorganic, organic, physical and analytical chemistry and the chemistry of materials, polymers and biochemistry.
This programme develops students’ deep theoretical knowledge in organic chemistry and in related fields, and makes them competent in experimenting. Students will become adept ... +
The graduate study is organized by the department of physical and macromolecular chemistry in collaboration with the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the Aca ... +