Science 101: Past Instructors and Lecture Descriptions


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  • Dr. Allan Debono, “The Cell”
  • Dr. Andrew Mosi, “The chemistry of food”
  • Dr. Anthony Griffiths, “The mature of science”
  • Dr. Anthony Griffiths, “Genetics”
  • Dr. Anthony Griffiths, “What is learning for?”
  • Baillie Redfern, “Genetic engineering: food, perfume, and drugs"
  • Ben Paylor, “Stem cells”
  • Brett Gilley, “Natural disasters”
  • Dr. Carol-Ann Courneya, “The heart”
  • Dr. Chris Addison & Dr. James Charbonneau, “Interesting properties of Light”
  • Dr. Chris Ambrose, “How do scientists find genes?”
  • Dr. Chris Ambrose, “How to clone a gene”
  • Dr. Chris Harley, “The ecology of rocky shores, and why sea stars are happy when skiers are sad”
  • Dr. Chris Waltham, “Infra-red - invisible light”
  • Dr. Chris Waltham, “The acoustics of string instruments”
  • Dr. Chris Waltham, “Nuclear energy: its dangers and possibilities”
  • Dr. Chris Waltham, “Physics”
  • Christine Yang, “Introduction to genetics”
  • Ciarán Llachlan Leavitt, “Computer Science information visualization”
  • Ciarán Llachlan Leavitt, “The Mathematics of Evil”
  • Dr. David Ng, “Scientific literacy”
  • Dmitry Mebel, “Drugs of abuse”
  • Dmitry Mebel ,“Local and general anesthetic”
  • Dr. Elena Zaikova, “Climate change and ecosystems”
  • Dr. Ellen Rosenberg & Dr. David Walker, “The Basic Structures of Life: Cellular components”
  • Eric Johnson, “The information superhighway of the cell”
  • Erin Green, “Time management skills”
  • Eugene Barsky, “The Science library”
  • Eugene Wang, “DNA, genes and cancer
  • Dr. Fok-Shuen Leung, “Infinity and beyond”
  • Dr. George Homsey, “Newton’s laws of motion and fluid mechanics”
  • Dr. George Homsey ,“Fluid Flows: their importance in everyday life and human existence”
  • Dr. Hugh Brock, “Genetics”
  • Dr. Iyer Subramanian, “The marriage of Figaro: chemistry and computers”
  • Jacquelyn Cragg, “Neuroscience 101”
  • Dr. Jane Buxton, “Critical thinking in epidemiology”
  • Dr. Jaymie Matthews, “Mapping the universe (including the invisible parts)”
  • Dr. Jaymie Matthews, “Where will Avatar 2 be set?  The real science of real exoplanets”
  • Dr. Jaymie Matthews, “Astronomy”
  • Jenn Burt, “Pacific Salmon Ecology”
  • Dr. Jim Little & Dr. Junaed Sattar, “Robotics”
  • Dr. Joanne Fox, “DNA Isolation”
  • Dr. Julian Davies, “What is antibiotic resistance and what can we do about it?”
  • Dr. Julian Davies, “Microbiology”
  • Dr. Julian Davies, “Antibiotic resistance”
  • Dr. Julie Robillard, “Memories are made of this: The brain and the science of remembering”
  • Dr. Kate Pettem & Dr. Julie Robillard, “An Introduction to neuroscience and brain diseases”
  • Dr. Kerry Knox, “Atmospheric chemistry”
  • Dr. Kerry Knox, “Science of learning”
  • Kimberly Rawes, “How to write a bursary application”
  • Leah Lim, “Genetics”
  • Leigh Hobbs, “Respiratory physiology”
  • Leigh Hobbs, “Cardiac physiology”
  • Leigh Hobbs, “Viruses”
  • Leigh Hobbs, “An introduction to physiology”
  • Leigh Hobbs, “HIV and AIDS”
  • Lisa Wong, “Cells”
  • Lisa Wong,  “Vaccines and the flu”
  • Mona Kwong, “Introduction to pharmaceutics Labs”
  • Nicholas Thornton, “Tips on asking question and talking to professors”
  • Nicholas Thornton, “Note-taking skills”
  • Norman Flynn, “The philosophy of science”
  • Dr. Peter Newbury, “Fixing the universe”
  • Dr. Peter Raven, “The biodiversity of fish”
  • Dr. Phillip Austin, “Climate and weather”
  • Dr. Phillip Austin, “Atmospheric science: what does that mean?”
  • Dr. Phil Hammer, “Megaquake in Southwest BC!”
  • Dr. Phil Hammer, “Earthquakes”
  • Dr. Phoebe Lu and Dr. Grace Leung, “Genetics”
  • Dr. Phoebe Lu and Dr. Grace Leung, “Evolution”
  • Rodolfo Dominguez, “Surface tension”
  • Dr. Sally Osborne, “The lungs and the chest wall: it takes two to tango”
  • Shona Ellis, “The tiny plants of the forest”
  • Shona Ellis, “The sex life of plants”
  • Dr. Tara Ivanochko, “Climate Basics”
  • Yvonne Dzal, “Bat biology”