In the Chemistry courses to be given within the scope of the winter camp, it is intended to provide students with a broader perspective on selected basic chemistry subjects at the university level, beyond the high school curriculum. In this direction, atom and molecule structure, chemical bonding, ionic solids and transition metal chemistry and coordination compounds, which are not included in the high school curriculum, will be explained with the quantum approach. At the end of the camp, it is aimed that the students develop/reinforce their existing knowledge on the chemistry subjects, learn new subjects and gain information at the university level.
Molecular biology and genetics course, which will be given as part of the winter camp, aims to provide students with basic molecular biology information. In this course, the fundamentals of molecular biology and different fields of study will be introduced. Topics covered each week will include DNA, DNA replication, cell biology and cell division, cancer biology and genetic engineering.
At the end of the course, students will have knowledge of the importance of cell biology in understanding the basis of diseases, the basics and treatment of different types of cancer, the importance of genetics from past to present, and the relationship of stem cells with tissue repair and cancer progression.
Ders sonunda öğrenciler hücre biyolojisinin hastalıkların temelini anlamadaki önemi, farklı kanser tiplerinin temelleri ve tedavisi, genetik biliminin geçmişten günümüze önemi ve kök hücrenin doku tamiri ve kanser progresyonu ile olan ilişkisi bilgilerine sahip olacaklardır.
Students will gain insight about DNA, DNA Replication, Control of Protein Synthesis and Gene Expression, Cell division, Mendelian Genetics, and Genetic Engineering.