CHM 133 Science in the Media

This is a lecture course designed to introduce the various biochemistry topics and how they are presented in different forms of print, on-line and live media. There will be an emphasis on major scientific events from the past 100 years including current topics such as DNA, stem cells, viruses and other hot topics in the media today.




No pre-requisites

Course Types

Non-lab science


  • Winter

  1. Students will comprehend basic chemistry and biology topics.
  2. Students will learn how to search scientific resources in order to assess science presented in the media.
  3. Students will learn about the history of topics currently covered widely in the media such as stem cells, clinical trials and vaccination.

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