Department of Systems Biology

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Department of Systems Biology or DTU Systems Biology is a department within the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) focusing on Systems biology and biotechnology. From 2001 to 2008 the department was called BioCentrum-DTU.

Education[edit]

The department offers a Bachelor's degree in "Bioteknologi" (BSc Eng in Biotechnology) and "Teknisk Biomedicin" (Human Life Science Engineering), formerly known as "Sundhed og Produktion". The department also offers a Master's degree in Biotechnology and Systems biology, and also contributes to the Master's degree in "Farmateknologi" (Pharmaceutical Technology).[1]

Research groups and centers[edit]

  • Center for Systems Microbiology (CSM)
  • Center for Microbial Biotechnology (CMB)
  • Enzyme and Protein Chemistry (EPC)
  • Food Production Engineering (FPE)
  • Levnedsmiddelcentret (LMC) (Center for Advanced Food Studies)

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