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ASTRO 100

: Planets, Stars and Galaxies
2022 Semester Two (1225)
The story of our place in the Universe. Key topics are the exploration of the solar system, searches for planets around other stars, the structure and evolution of stars and galaxies, high-energy astrophysics, and the origin and overall properties of the Universe. No background in physics or mathematics is assumed.
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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ASTRO 100

: Planets, Stars and Galaxies
2022 Semester One (1223)
The story of our place in the Universe. Key topics are the exploration of the solar system, searches for planets around other stars, the structure and evolution of stars and galaxies, high-energy astrophysics, and the origin and overall properties of the Universe. No background in physics or mathematics is assumed.
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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ASTRO 100

: Planets, Stars and Galaxies
2021 Semester Two (1215)
The story of our place in the Universe. Key topics are the exploration of the solar system, searches for planets around other stars, the structure and evolution of stars and galaxies, high-energy astrophysics, and the origin and overall properties of the Universe. No background in physics or mathematics is assumed.
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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ASTRO 100

: Planets, Stars and Galaxies
2021 Semester One (1213)
The story of our place in the Universe. Key topics are the exploration of the solar system, searches for planets around other stars, the structure and evolution of stars and galaxies, high-energy astrophysics, and the origin and overall properties of the Universe. No background in physics or mathematics is assumed.
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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ASTRO 100

: Planets, Stars and Galaxies
2020 Semester Two (1205)
The story of our place in the Universe. Key topics are the exploration of the solar system, searches for planets around other stars, the structure and evolution of stars and galaxies, high-energy astrophysics, and the origin and overall properties of the Universe. No background in physics or mathematics is assumed.
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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ASTRO 100

: Planets, Stars and Galaxies
2020 Semester One (1203)
The story of our place in the Universe. Key topics are the exploration of the solar system, searches for planets around other stars, the structure and evolution of stars and galaxies, high-energy astrophysics, and the origin and overall properties of the Universe. No background in physics or mathematics is assumed.
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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ASTRO 100G

: Planets, Stars and Galaxies
2021 Semester Two (1215)
The story of our place in the Universe. Key topics are the exploration of the solar system, searches for planets around other stars, the structure and evolution of stars and galaxies, high-energy astrophysics, and the origin and overall properties of the Universe. No background in physics or mathematics is assumed.
Restriction: PHYSICS 107, 107G
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ASTRO 100G

: Planets, Stars and Galaxies
2021 Semester One (1213)
The story of our place in the Universe. Key topics are the exploration of the solar system, searches for planets around other stars, the structure and evolution of stars and galaxies, high-energy astrophysics, and the origin and overall properties of the Universe. No background in physics or mathematics is assumed.
Restriction: PHYSICS 107, 107G
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ASTRO 100G

: Planets, Stars and Galaxies
2020 Semester Two (1205)
The story of our place in the Universe. Key topics are the exploration of the solar system, searches for planets around other stars, the structure and evolution of stars and galaxies, high-energy astrophysics, and the origin and overall properties of the Universe. No background in physics or mathematics is assumed.
Restriction: PHYSICS 107, 107G
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ASTRO 100G

: Planets, Stars and Galaxies
2020 Semester One (1203)
The story of our place in the Universe. Key topics are the exploration of the solar system, searches for planets around other stars, the structure and evolution of stars and galaxies, high-energy astrophysics, and the origin and overall properties of the Universe. No background in physics or mathematics is assumed.
Restriction: PHYSICS 107, 107G
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ASTRO 200

: Astrobiology
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Astrobiology examines the potential of the universe to harbour life and is interdisciplinary, combining Geology, Biology, Astronomy, Chemistry, Physics, Philosophy, Ethics. Course focus is on how these disciplines combine with technology, addressing questions of life in the universe. Key topics include origin and evolution of life, definitions and environmental limits of life, and how to search for life beyond Earth.
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
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ASTRO 200

: Astrobiology
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Astrobiology examines the potential of the universe to harbour life and is interdisciplinary, combining Geology, Biology, Astronomy, Chemistry, Physics, Philosophy, Ethics. Course focus is on how these disciplines combine with technology, addressing questions of life in the universe. Key topics include origin and evolution of life, definitions and environmental limits of life, and how to search for life beyond Earth.
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
Restriction: EARTHSCI 206, PHYSICS 107, 107G
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ASTRO 200G

: Astrobiology
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Astrobiology examines the potential of the universe to harbour life and is interdisciplinary, combining Geology, Biology, Astronomy, Chemistry, Physics, Philosophy, Ethics. Course focus is on how these disciplines combine with technology, addressing questions of life in the universe. Key topics include origin and evolution of life, definitions and environmental limits of life, and how to search for life beyond Earth.
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
Restriction: EARTHSCI 206, PHYSICS 107, 107G
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ASTRO 200G

: Astrobiology
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Astrobiology examines the potential of the universe to harbour life and is interdisciplinary, combining Geology, Biology, Astronomy, Chemistry, Physics, Philosophy, Ethics. Course focus is on how these disciplines combine with technology, addressing questions of life in the universe. Key topics include origin and evolution of life, definitions and environmental limits of life, and how to search for life beyond Earth.
Prerequisite: 60 points passed
Restriction: EARTHSCI 206
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BIOMED 399

: Capstone: Biomedical Science
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Students will synthesise knowledge and reflect on learning experiences attained during their studies in Biomedical Science. Students will engage in debate on contemporary issues and use their scientific reasoning to counter misunderstandings and misrepresentation. Students will consider wider societal issues involved in research, such as human and animal ethics, Māori and Pacific health advancement, and public health relevance and economic benefits.
Subject: Biomedical Science
Prerequisite: 30 points from BIOSCI 347-358, MEDSCI 300-320, MEDIMAGE 300, 302
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BIOMED 399

: Capstone: Biomedical Science
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Students will synthesise knowledge and reflect on learning experiences attained during their studies in Biomedical Science. Students will engage in debate on contemporary issues and use their scientific reasoning to counter misunderstandings and misrepresentation. Students will consider wider societal issues involved in research, such as human and animal ethics, Māori and Pacific health advancement, and public health relevance and economic benefits.
Subject: Biomedical Science
Prerequisite: 30 points from BIOSCI 347-358, MEDSCI 300-320, MEDIMAGE 302, 306
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BIOSCI 100

: Antarctica: The Frozen Continent
2022 Semester Two (1225)
A general introduction to Antarctica and its environs including the Southern Ocean and the sub-Antarctic islands. Emphasis will be placed on the evolution of Antarctica and how resident plants, animals and micro-organisms have adapted to cope with the extreme environment. Specific topics to be addressed include: the history of Antarctic exploration and its impact on the development of Antarctic science, Antarctic ecosystems, Antarctica as a wilderness region, and the impact of humans including the exploitation of resources and the effects of pollution. This course is suitable for students with both science and non-science backgrounds.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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BIOSCI 100

: Antarctica: The Frozen Continent
2021 Semester Two (1215)
A general introduction to Antarctica and its environs including the Southern Ocean and the sub-Antarctic islands. Emphasis will be placed on the evolution of Antarctica and how resident plants, animals and micro-organisms have adapted to cope with the extreme environment. Specific topics to be addressed include: the history of Antarctic exploration and its impact on the development of Antarctic science, Antarctic ecosystems, Antarctica as a wilderness region, and the impact of humans including the exploitation of resources and the effects of pollution. This course is suitable for students with both science and non-science backgrounds.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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BIOSCI 100

: Antarctica: The Frozen Continent
2020 Semester Two (1205)
A general introduction to Antarctica and its environs including the Southern Ocean and the sub-Antarctic islands. Emphasis will be placed on the evolution of Antarctica and how resident plants, animals and micro-organisms have adapted to cope with the extreme environment. Specific topics to be addressed include: the history of Antarctic exploration and its impact on the development of Antarctic science, Antarctic ecosystems, Antarctica as a wilderness region, and the impact of humans including the exploitation of resources and the effects of pollution. This course is suitable for students with both science and non-science backgrounds.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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BIOSCI 100G

: Antarctica: The Frozen Continent
2021 Semester Two (1215)
A general introduction to Antarctica and its environs including the Southern Ocean and the sub-Antarctic islands. Emphasis will be placed on the evolution of Antarctica and how resident plants, animals and micro-organisms have adapted to cope with the extreme environment. Specific topics to be addressed include: the history of Antarctic exploration and its impact on the development of Antarctic science, Antarctic ecosystems, Antarctica as a wilderness region, and the impact of humans including the exploitation of resources and the effects of pollution. This course is suitable for students with both science and non-science backgrounds.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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BIOSCI 100G

: Antarctica: The Frozen Continent
2020 Semester Two (1205)
A general introduction to Antarctica and its environs including the Southern Ocean and the sub-Antarctic islands. Emphasis will be placed on the evolution of Antarctica and how resident plants, animals and micro-organisms have adapted to cope with the extreme environment. Specific topics to be addressed include: the history of Antarctic exploration and its impact on the development of Antarctic science, Antarctic ecosystems, Antarctica as a wilderness region, and the impact of humans including the exploitation of resources and the effects of pollution. This course is suitable for students with both science and non-science backgrounds.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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BIOSCI 101

: Life! Origins and Mechanisms
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Questions what life is and explores its machinery. Speculates on how life arose from the flow and capture of solar energy, to power growth, movement, replication and storage of genetic information. Describes how genes interact with environments, and how mutations can be catastrophic or transformational. These processes underpin life as we know it.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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BIOSCI 101

: Life! Origins and Mechanisms
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Questions what life is and explores its machinery. Speculates on how life arose from the flow and capture of solar energy, to power growth, movement, replication and storage of genetic information. Describes how genes interact with environments, and how mutations can be catastrophic or transformational. These processes underpin life as we know it.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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BIOSCI 101

: Life! Origins and Mechanisms
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Questions what Life is and explores its machinery. Speculates on how Life arose from the flow and capture of solar energy, to power growth, movement, replication and storage of genetic information. Then, describes how genes interact with environments, and how mutations can be catastrophic or transformational. These processes underpin life as we know it.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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BIOSCI 106

: Foundations of Biochemistry
2022 Semester Two (1225)
An introduction to the core elements of biochemistry, investigating biological processes at the chemical and molecular level. Key themes include the molecular structure of proteins, enzyme kinetics, biochemical energetics, carbohydrate and lipid metabolism, nutrition, cell signalling, vision and aspects of plant biochemistry including world food production. These themes provide a framework for discussion of mechanisms underpinning human disease including diabetes and obesity, antibiotic resistance, drug development and plant medicinals.
Subject: Biological Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions