2012 Lab 1
- 1 Introduction
- 2 1. Student Health and Safety
- 3 Research Laboratories Health and Safety
- 4 2. Cell Biology Textbooks
- 5 3. The Individual and Group Assessment Work
Welcome to your first practical in Cell Biology.
- We will begin by working through the Health and Safety (H&S) information required for the practical component of this course.
- We will identify available Cell Biology resources for your study and project work.
- Then there will be an introduction to your individual and group assessment work for this course.
- A tutorial will be worked through on online editing.
1. Student Health and Safety
Please note this RA page is for information purposes only. Official RA Document here
|Science Teaching Laboratory
Student Risk Assessment
|UNSW Logo||ANAT3231 in G2/G4 Wallace Wurth building
Practicals from weeks 1 to 12 in Semester 1, 2012.
|Correct workstation set-up.|
|Electrical||Shock/fire||Check electrical equipment in good condition before use.
All portable electrical equipment tested and tagged.
|Personal Protective Equipment|
|Not necessary in these computer practicals. May be required for guest or external practicals.|
|In the event of an alarm, follow the instructions of the demonstrator. The initial sound is advising you to prepare for evacuation and during this time start packing up your things. The second sound gives instruction to leave. The Wallace Wurth assembly point is the lawn in front of the Chancellery. In the event of an injury, inform the demonstrator. First aiders and contact details are on display by the lifts. There is a first aid kit in the laboratory and the Wallace Wurth security office.|
|Clean up and waste disposal|
|No apparatus or chemicals used in computer practicals.|
|I have read and understand the safety requirements for these practical classes and I will observe these requirements.|
- Emergency Assembly Area: Chancellery Lawn SOMS Evacuation Map | Google Maps | Latitude 33°54'59.67"S Longitude 151°14'4.34"E
Research Laboratories Health and Safety
The information below is general in nature. Specific information should always be supplied by the responsible laboratory personnel before commencing work in a research laboratory.
2. Cell Biology Textbooks
I have brought along a range of cell biology textbooks that we will look through and determine the main issues identified within the texts.
- NCBI Bookshelf - Molecular Biology of the Cell, 4th edition | Molecular Cell Biology, 4th edition | The Cell, 2nd edition A Molecular Approach
Online Journals and Resources
Today there are a range of online cell biology textbooks and resources that we will identify.
What’s Happening in Cell Biology and Cell Biology Methods
Using the UNSW journal connections we will look at the key journals and identify current research concepts and techniques.
3. The Individual and Group Assessment Work
Your individual and group assessment in this course will all be submitted in an online format. I will spend some time assisting you in working in this online media.
- Editing Basics: Project Referencing | Image Tutorial | Copyright Tutorial | One page Wiki Reference Card
- A small number of questions will be set in class each week baed upon the practical content.
- You will need to complete these questions by the end of the practical class (unless instructed of an alternate deadline for submission).
--Z8600021 18:27, 8 March 2012 (EST) Lab 1 individual assessment.
- Add your own student page to the site.
- Add your signature for Lab attendance.
- Add a sub-heading.
- Add an external Link.
- Add an internal Link.
- The Group project is designed to be worked by group members mainly in times outside the Practical class.
- Time will be available within class for your group to discuss progress, problems and allocate work to be done.
- There will also be tutorials provided in how to prepare your online submissions.
The list below has been modified from the groups that were handed out in the first practical class. I have moved all those absent together and added those students who were originally missing from the list to those groups.
|Group 1||Group 2||Group 3||Group 4|
|Group 5||Group 6||Group 7||Group 8
Students not listed above.
2012 Projects - Topic TBA
2010 Projects - Techniques
Fluorescent-PCR | RNA Interference | Immunohistochemistry | Cell Culture | Electron Microsopy | Confocal Microscopy | Monoclonal Antibodies | Microarray | Fluorescent Proteins | Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer
2011 Projects - Junctions