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UCL Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering Sciences


MECHGB07 Tissue Engineering

The learning objectives for the module are:

  • To provide students with specialist knowledge of tissue engineering strategies used to repair, replace and regenerate various tissues and organs
  • To provide practical interdisciplinary experience of technologies relevant to tissue engineering
  • Raise awareness of topical issues associated with tissue engineering
Alt. Codes(s) None
Title Tissue Engineering
UCL Credits/ ECTS
Taught by Dr Richard Day


  • At least a 2-ii degree in Science, Engineering or a degree in Medicine.
  • All candidates must satisfy UCL’s English Language requirements.

MECHGB07 Tissue Engineering

Method of Instruction

The module is taught through a combination of themed lectures, supported by online tutorials and practical exercises. A ‘virtual journal club’ will also enable collaborative learning amongst students, building on their diverse range of background disciplines.

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