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Biophotonics is an interdisciplinary field that involves, among other things, optics and photonics, spectroscopy, bio-analytical chemistry, life sciences, detection instrumentation, and signal analyses. Since graduate students in the Biophotonics Programs have undergraduate degrees in biology, biochemistry, microbiology, biomedical sciences, chemistry, physics, engineering, etc., they required a complementary training to understand the issues and basics of Biophotonics to help them carry out their research project. Hence, the biophotonics program offers course modules tailored to the specific training needs of the students. They allow the students to gain sufficient knowledge in complementary disciplines, either from life sciences, physical sciences or engineering to engage in true Biophotonics science.

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