68204 Biomedical Physics Project6cp; 8hpw; availability: Bachelor of Biomedical Physics students only
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72 credit points of UTS:Science undergraduate subjects.
Scientific research brings together the scientific method, knowledge, observations and sound data in order to answer specific questions. This can lead to a deeper understanding of the research question or the development of novel solutions to problems. The subject is designed to enhance students' ability to develop and subsequently undertake a research project in the area of biomedical physics. Students must undertake approximately 100 hours of work in their placement. The specific terms and timeframe of the research experience may be negotiated as a learning contract between the student and supervisor in consultation with the subject coordinator. Students develop an appreciation of how education and training in the sciences is applied in a research workplace by reporting on the outcomes of their project. This subject is a mandatory part of the Bachelor of Biomedical Physics (C10346).
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