In this Central Study students study different communication systems: electronic, biochemical, geographical, digital and visual. They look at how humans interpret, change, adapt, transform and control communication systems. There is a detailed focus on the physics of electrical communication to understand electrical currents and micro processors, with a special focus on how this is applied in airborne communication. The chemistry of biochemical communication is studied to understand the structure and function of chemicals such as neurotransmitters and hormones.

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