Identify common motifs found in macromolecular structures and chemical interactions that maintain those motifs.
Relate the structure of a macromolecule to its biological function, or use structure to help explain biochemical function.
Describe how X-ray crystallography, nuclear magnetic resonance, and cryogenic electron microscopy techniques are able to give structural information for biological macromolecules.
Communicate scientific ideas (e.g. structure-function relationships) clearly and concisely to others.
Work with peers to answer scientific questions.