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Subject Biology Bugs in the SystemA course that helps create awareness about insect diversity around us Specialisations Cells Subject Biology Cell and Developmental BiologyLooking at the molecular components of cells. Subject Biology Chemistry and BiochemistryExplores the chemical basis of life. Subject Biology Discover BiologyA course for non-biology majors to explore the wide ranging relevance of the study of biology in our everyday lives. Specialisations Environment Subject Biology Environmental ScienceLooking at the major environmental concerns of our times. Specialisations Evolution Subject Biology Evolutionary BiologyExamines patterns and processes by which evolution occurs and shapes life forms. Subject Biology Form and function: Integrative approach to anatomy and physiologyUses examples from the entire tree of life, and provides an overview of how form and function are intricately linked. Subject Biology Introduction to Biology IIObserve, explore and characterise biodiversity Specialisations Biophysics Subject Biology Introduction to BiophysicsExplore this new and exciting area of research in which physicists and biologists work together in interdisciplinary ways. Specialisations Ecology Subject Biology Introduction to EcologyA study of the abundance and distribution of organisms. Specialisations Ecology Subject Biology Introduction to EcologyExplores interactions between organisms and their environments and how these interactions shape the distribution and abundance of species. Specialisations Genetics Subject Biology Introduction to GeneticsExplores the classic and modern trends in genetics as well as its applications. Subject Biology Introduction to NeuroscienceThe course aims to provide a foundational platform for students to get a broad overviewof how the nervous system function, the key players, and pursue related areas of studysuch as psychology, artificial intelligence and system neuroscience. Specialisations Organisms Subject Biology Introduction to Organisms and EcosystemsFocuses on the organismal, and ecosystem level understanding of Biology. Specialisations Laboratory Subject Biology Laboratory TechniquesEnhances laboratory skills and makes students independent in carrying out laboratory protocols and using instruments. Specialisations Biochemistry Subject Biology Molecular Biology and BiochemistryLearn about the molecular components of life, how they interact, and how we experiment with them. Subject Biology Quantitative thinking for biologistsHighlights the importance of quantitative methods and data handling in the life sciences, and enables students to carry out basic quantitative tasks. Subject Biology R Programming for BiologyLearn programming skills for addressing problems in biology. Subject Biology SeminarEmphasises the integrative nature of Modern Biology. Subject Biology Statistical Methods in EcologyA course that introduces undergraduate students with an interest in biology and ecology to basics of ecological study design and statistics. Subject Biology What is Biology?Uses case studies from the Indian context, and provides a glimpse of the vast scope and interdisciplinary nature of modern biology.