Munich University of Applied Sciences is the second biggest in Germany, with 18000 students, 40 faculties and offering 85 bachelor and master programs. Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Trebesius is a course director for the Bioengineering course at the Department of Applied Sciences and Mechatronics and the Bio and Environmental Technology specialization at a bachelor level in the Engineering and Management course at the corresponding Department. In addition, he teaches Chemistry, Molecular Biology, Genetic Engineering and Cell Biology. Also, he leads lab-based internships for Biotechnology and Cell- and Microbiology.
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