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At our School of Environment and Life Sciences, you’ll be part of a vibrant community that offers a supportive and welcoming learning environment, plus opportunities to get real-world experience.
Placements and field trips are available on many of our courses, extending your learning beyond the classroom and putting academic theory into real-life context.
You’ll be taught by active researchers who bring the latest knowledge and developments to their teaching.
Specialist facilities including our £3 million, state-of-the-art Bodmer Laboratory, which features industry standard instrumentation, including cell culture facilities, FACS, MALDI-TOF, LC and GC mass spectrometry, FTIR and FTNMR spectroscopy, fluorescence spectroscopy and microscopy and scanning electron microscopy.
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The field of biotechnology has been revolutionised in the past ten years by advances in molecular biology, genome sequencing and large scale-omics profiling (including proteomics) as well as the ability to manipulate genomes via genetic modification and genome editing tools. . Read more
It is an exciting time for chemists to be involved in all aspects of biomedical research. Chemistry is inherently well positioned to have a major impact on drug discovery, since other disciplines cannot create novel small molecules. Read more
This course offers a broad curriculum studying the relationships between human and natural components of the environment alongside developing the capacity to implement measures for analysing and managing environmental impacts of organisations. Read more
This course provides an opportunity for interdisciplinary postgraduate study of health and global environmental issues. Management of interrelationships between the health of the environment and the public is a significant challenge for the 21st century. Read more
The United Nations recognizes that ‘Biodiversity is a common concern of humankind’ (United Nations 2010). Yet, threats to Biodiversity and ecosystems are at a record high and it is now widely recognized that our planet can no longer support the current pressure imposed by our society’s unsustainable ways. Read more