Much of the research activity in is directed toward structural chemistry/biology with X-ray crystallography as the central technique. This concerns both proteins, biologically or pharmaceutically important small molecules and structures of importance in organic synthesis. There is also considerable research on protein stability and folding. The courses will give an introduction to modern methods in structural biology and a deeper understanding of basic aspects of structure-function relationships in biologically active macromolecules. The study will also cover other fundamental aspects of structural chemistry.
- The student holds a Bachelor`s degree (180 ECTS) in Chemistry or equivalent qualification, with a major in chemistry/biochemistry of minimum 80 ECTS.
- The student is eligible according to UiT - The Arctic University of Norway's general admission rules
- International students from non-Nordic countries (except students with English as their mother tongue), must meet the Department of Chemistry's English proficiency requirement: Students must have at least the minimum score in each category of the IELTS or TOEFL tests. Department of Chemistry's minimum scores are:
Category IELTS TOEFL
Reading 6.5 22
Listening 6.5 22
Speaking 6.5 22
Writing 6.5 25
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