The Master's programme in Biological Sciences is a two-year programme for students with a Dutch Bachelor of Science degree or its equivalent in Biology. Some of the tracks of this Master's programme may also be of interest to students of biomedical sciences, life sciences, physical geography, earth sciences, chemistry, environmental sciences, physics, mathematics and even econometrics. Studying Biological Sciences at the University of Amsterdam
The Master's programme in Biological Sciences is closely linked to the Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics (IBED) and the Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences (SILS), both founded in 2000.
The Master's programme in Biological Sciences consists of four tracks:
* Ecology and Evolution (MSc) * General Biology (MSc) * Integrative Plant Sciences (MSc) * Limnology and Oceanography (MSc)
Students choose one of the four tracks based on their specific interests and work toward a Master of Science degree in Biological Sciences. Refer to Ecology and Evolution General Biology Integrative Plant Sciences Limnology and Oceanography Systems biologists from the University of Amsterdam produce world’s brightest cyan fluorescent prote
Researchers in the UvA's Molecular Cytology Research Group have produced the world's brightest cyan fluorescent protein. The results of their research were recently published in the scientific journal Nature Methods.
Martijn Rep, researcher at the UvA Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences, has been granted a Vici grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).
The Master's programme in Biological Sciences has been legally accredited by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO). This means that upon successful completion of the programme, students will receive a legally accredited Master's degree in Biological Sciences and the title of Master of Science (MSc).
Application information can be found here - http://www.studeren.uva.nl/msc_artificial_intelligence/object.cfm/19F67428-1C67-4F98-BFEBF5EAA32D73A5
Recipient: University of Amsterdam
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