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Module title:Mathematics and Computing: Integrative Tools for Natural Sciences
Module codeNSC1002
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Module credits:30

Mathematical and computational methods play an increasingly important role in understanding the complex observational data that are used to understand problems across the natural sciences, for example developmental biology, biochemistry, physics and medicine. These systems are often best explored using the power of mathematical and computational tools and the purpose of this module is to introduce some of the fundamental techniques and tools that are used to study these problems.

This is a compulsory module for students on the BSc/MSci Natural Sciences and should be taken in parallel with NSC1001 Frontiers in Science 1 and NSC1003 Foundations in Natural Science.

Please note that all modules are subject to change, please get in touch if you have any questions about this module.