Master’s Course in Biotechnology and Environmental Chemistry
The Graduate Course in Biotechnology and Environmental Chemistry provides courses and opportunities for research in the areas of environmental chemistry and engineering, reaction process engineering, biochemical engineering, food engineering, catalyst design and catalysis, organic reaction chemistry and organic synthesis, applied and environmental analytical chemistry. Work leading to the M.Eng. degree is offered. The research generally falls into one of the areas listed above.
Advanced Seminar on Biotechnology and Environmental Chemistry, Advanced Study on Biotechnology and Environmental Chemistry, Advanced Biochemistry, Advanced Food Science, Advanced Nutritional Science, Advanced Analytical Chemistry, Advanced Macromolecular Resource Chemistry, Advanced biochemical engineering, Supramolecular Chemistry, Fine Synthetic Chemistry, Spectroscopy, Advanced Structural Analysis in Organic Chemistry, Environmentally-friendly Material Engineering, Information Processing for Chemists.
Gasification of coal
Measurement of NMR spectra