Creada por:   Universidad de Pekín

  • Yan Zhang

    Enseñado por:    Yan Zhang, Professor

    School of Life Sciences, Peking University

  • Yulong Li

    Enseñado por:    Yulong Li, Research Fellow

    School of Life Sciences, Peking University
LevelIntermediate
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
User Ratings
3.7 stars
Average User Rating 3.7See what learners said
Programa

Preguntas Frecuentes
Cómo funciona
Trabajo del curso
Trabajo del curso

Cada curso es como un libro de texto interactivo, con videos pregrabados, cuestionarios y proyectos.

Ayuda de tus compañeros
Ayuda de tus compañeros

Conéctate con miles de estudiantes y debate ideas y materiales del curso, y obtén ayuda para dominar los conceptos.

Certificados
Certificados

Obtén reconocimiento oficial por tu trabajo y comparte tu éxito con amigos, compañeros y empleadores.

Creadores
Universidad de Pekín
Peking University is determined to make its education openly accessible to students in China and around the world. With over 3000 faculty members, Peking University offers excellence in teaching and learning. Founded in 1898, Peking University (PKU) was the first national comprehensive university in China. For the past 115 years, with its hundreds of thousands of outstanding alumni, Peking University has made prominent contributions in the humanities and sciences to further China's prosperity and progress.
Calificaciones y revisiones
Calificado 3.7 de 5 102 calificaciones

Very good Course!! Thank You.

nice course. learned quite a bit.

Very excellent course, I learned a lot. It lets me know the development process of the neuro-science and also the heros in it. My major is alternative splicing, I wish other life science branches can have this kinds of course too.

The course presented a lot of interesting, fascinating information. I especially liked the first female lecturer. However, there were some problems with downloading the course slide presentations and questions were never answered in the forum discussion groups. In addition, the second lecturer, although very interesting, often did not talk about the material that was presented on exams. I also think integrating a lot more animation to describe different processes would be effective so that students can visualise the content.