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Robotics Foundation II - Robot Control

This course explores the robotics foundations for planning and control of robot manipulators and mobile robots

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Robotics Foundations I - Robot Modeling

This course explores the robotics foundations for modelling of robot manipulators.

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Quantum Mechanics for Scientists and Engineers 2

This course covers key topics in the use of quantum mechanics in many modern applications in science and technology, introduces core advanced concepts such as spin, identical particles, the quantum mechanics of light, the basics of quantum information, and the interpretation of quantum mechanics, and covers the major ways in which quantum mechanics is written and used in modern practice.

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Engineering Mechanics

Learn about statics through real life engineering examples. Engage with the theory to grasp the full understanding of simple machines and complex mathematical models.

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Human Anatomy

The first MOOC to teach Human Anatomy from multiple healthcare professional perspectives through a case-based study of stroke.

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Anatomy: Musculoskeletal and Integumentary Systems

Learn about the integumentary system (skin, hair, nails, and glands), and how the bones, joints, and muscles of the musculoskeletal system function.

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Anatomy: Cardiovascular, Urinary, and Respiratory Systems

Learn the multifaceted structures and functions of the cardiovascular, urinary, and respiratory systems.

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Anatomy: Gastrointestinal, Reproductive and Endocrine Systems

Study the gastrointestinal, reproductive and endocrine systems to learn the primary functions of each and how they relate to the human body.

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Anatomy: Human Neuroanatomy

Learn about the different parts of the central nervous system and how they work together with the entire body.

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Essential Human Biology: Cells and Tissues

<p>An introduction to the human body's most fundamental building blocks and their behaviours in health and disease.</p>