The capability of enzymes to catalyze selective organic reactions is both an essential biological phenomenon and an opportunity for new, sustainable approaches to synthetic chemistry.  This multidisciplinary course will investigate classic and cutting-edge approaches to re-engineering natural enzymes and organisms that create suitable catalysts for abiological reactions and new metabolic pathways. 

Satiafies Chemistry major requirement, emphasis in Biochemistry.

Chemistry 330, or by permission of the instructor; Biology 111. No laboratory. (Spring)

Class Details
Course CHE 430
Section 0
CRN 20095
Time T R
Time 0950 - 1105am
Building 351 WALL
Instructor Hanna Key
Max 12
Current 0
Remaining 12
Semester Spring 2022