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You have all heard about the DNA double helix and genes. Many of you know that mutations occur randomly, that the DNA sequence is read by successive groups of three bases (the codons), that many genes encode enzymes, and that gene expression can be regulated. These concepts were proposed on the basis of astute genetic experiments, as well as often on biochemical results. The original articles were these concepts appeared are however not frequently part of the normal curriculum of biologists, biochemists and medical students. This course proposes to read study and discuss a small selection of these classical papers, and to put these landmarks in their historical context. Most of the authors displayed interesting personal histories and many of their contributions go beyond not only the papers we will read but probably all their scientific papers. Our understanding of the scientific process, of the philosophy underlying the process of scientific discovery, and on the integration of new concepts is not only important for the history of science but also for the mental development of creative science....

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BP

Jun 19, 2019

Excellent course. It helped me a lot in understanding the classical experiments in detail.

BS

Mar 25, 2016

Outstanding: the classic papers are always the best primary source of information!

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par Arturo M

Sep 28, 2017

An amazing journey throughout the recent science in biochemistry and molecular biology fields. This course shows us how close is the normal life os a scientist with his mind, work and discoveries that change our point of view that many times we consider that science is just for "selected" people, but is quite the opposite, science is for people with the determination to understand vital concepts of our surroundings and try to explain nature phenomena.

par yuanchun.wang3@gmail.com

Jan 20, 2019

I love these stories and it gives me a lot of instructions. Thanks.

par Vanessa C d C L

Mar 11, 2019

This is one of the best courses I have ever done. I did it a while ago but it has stick with me. The classes were great, the professor was fantastic and I loved the course and it only made me admire and love even more deeply the area of genetics. Thank you so much Professor and everyone involved in the making of this course, I learned so much and it was a really good experience!

par José A J H

Jan 13, 2019

Excellent course !!! Original, intellectually exciting and aesthetic. It only has one negative thing: it has an end.

par Hasanul B

Apr 24, 2016

Exciting.

par Carlos C

Jun 11, 2017

A historical vision on molecular genetics taken from the original papers. Two important facts of this excellent course are: 1) the description of all the stories surrounding the lives of the researchers at the time of performing the experiments; and 2: the detailed analyses of the papers commented by Professor Dominique Belin pointing out the crucial point to be taken into account. I consider that Professor Belin is a great teacher.

par José G N B

Mar 15, 2017

Fascinating and engaging course!

par Fernanda C

Dec 18, 2016

Excelent.

par Sumin W

Jun 01, 2016

Very cool. Love to hear about these scientists and their lives and efforts

par Bart S

Mar 25, 2016

Outstanding: the classic papers are always the best primary source of information!

par Leonardo B

Jul 04, 2016

I really enjoy this course, great material that drives you through the development of what could be known as modern genetic, greatly presented by the lecturer. If you like genetics, this is certainly a must!!

par KALYESUBULA M

Mar 22, 2017

Informative, mind opening and unique

par Тихонова Е Г

Jan 22, 2017

It is very interesting and informative course. Many thanks!

par Megan C

Oct 24, 2017

The presentation of this course was great. The content was well designed. The video lectures were interesting. The quizzes were challenging and at an appropriate level. Overall, a very rewarding experience.

par JOHN Q

Aug 12, 2017

FUN AND INTERESTING COURSE. THANKS SO MUCH1

par Alejandra O

Jul 05, 2017

Through this course you will be able to understand (and appreciate) better many things of the day-to-day work as a molecular biologist. This course offers you a very detailed description of scientific and social aspects behind key discoveries in the field. Professor Belin classes remind me of SJ Gould readings. So far, the best class in coursera.

par Elaine C

Jan 22, 2017

The story of decisive experiments in Genetics was told in a very passionate way, with the world historical context situating some of the decisions that were made. I really liked this course and recommend it.

par Stephanie L

Apr 19, 2017

Best course I've taken on Coursera so far. The sessions are challenging but manageable with only a quiz due at each week. I loved how each lesson covered not only science, but history, relationships, quirks among scientists, and other fun facts of early molecular genetic experiments and scientists. The professor is a very good presenter, engaging, and makes the topics even more intriguing.

par Ricardo S R d S

Mar 28, 2016

Superb!

par Marta S M

Jun 01, 2018

Amazing course! Very well designed and delivered. It was specially delightful to have some historical context to the papers, as well as insight into the biography of the scientists themselves.

par Manoj K S

Mar 31, 2019

Excellent learning during the course

par Biswajit P

Jun 19, 2019

Excellent course. It helped me a lot in understanding the classical experiments in detail.

par Herbaut J P M

Jul 19, 2019

Very great expérience ! Thanks You.

Herbaut Julien

par Sadoon A Z

Oct 25, 2019

Great course

par Gonzalo V M

Sep 01, 2019

I found the course quite interesting, I had good complementary material, good videos explaining the scientific articles and the classes were very well understood