Physics 1028 - Physics for the Biological Sciences I
Course Description: Fundamental physics concepts are introduced with examples of applications in biological and medical processes. Topics include kinematics, forces, conservation of energy and momentum, torque, equilibrium, and optics of the eye and microscope.
Fall term (Sept-Dec), 0.5 unit course Course Coordinator & Instructor:
Professor Tamie Poepping Lectures:
Mon/Wed/Fri, 11:30 (section 001) & 2:30 (section 002) Lab coordinator:
Dr. Shailesh Nene
Lab info: First Year Physics Labs Course delivery website: UWO OWL
(UWO username and password required)