Description:Human insulin is the first known genetically engineered drug developed through the process of genetic engineering. Since then, numerous other genetically engineered drugs have been successfully produced and used for a variety of treatments. Come join us and learn advanced techniques of genetic engineering such as blue-white screening and the concept of lac operon, and be amazed at how scientists engineer such marvels to help mankind! Objectives:1. Learn the general structure of bacteria and importance of plasmid2. Define genetic engineering and recombinant DNA cloning3. Perform an experiment on recombinant DNA cloning which involves: a. Bacteria transformation b. Selection of transformed bacteria using blue/white screening4. Understand the application of lac operon in scientific researchMode of Delivery:Practical lab sessionTarget Audience:Pre-U1 to Pre- U2 (Biology background is required)Group size:20 minimum, 40 maximumDuration:3 hoursTime:9.30am or 2.30pmCourse Fee:$13.00 (Admission fee to Science Centre applies to non-member international schools based i How to book 2019 programmesFor instructions on how to book our programmes, please read our School Programme online booking guideTo book a programme, please access the online booking system Private school, Overseas school and Corporate group bookingsThe listed course fees apply only to local MOE schools. Private schools, Overseas schools and all Corporate groups (including locally based corporate groups) can contact Corporate Sales to place their bookings. Kindly note that an additional charge applies per pax on top of the listed course fees, as well as admission rates.