Chemistry and Physics Faculty Articles

Title

Flexible Implementation of the BASIL CURE

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

8-5-2019

Publication Title

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education

Keywords

Active learning, Assessment of educational activities, Computers in research and teaching, Curriculum design development and implementation, Enzymes and catalysis, Genomics proteomics bioinformatics, Inquiry based teaching

ISSN

1470-8175

Volume

47

Issue/No.

5

First Page

498

Last Page

505

Abstract

Course‐based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs) can be a very effective means to introduce a large number of students to research. CUREs are often an extension of the instructor's research, which may make them difficult to replicate in other settings because of differences in expertise or facilities. The BASIL (Biochemistry Authentic Scientific Inquiry Lab) CURE has evolved over the past 4 years as faculty members with different backgrounds, facilities, and campus cultures have all contributed to a robust curriculum focusing on enzyme function prediction that is suitable for implementation in a wide variety of academic settings.

Comments

©2019 International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Additional Comments

Division of Undergraduate Education grant #: 1709170

ORCID ID

0000-0001-6295-9928

DOI

10.1002/bmb.21287

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