School of Biosciences


The School of Biosciences carries out 'cutting edge' research and seeks to apply the knowledge generated to benefit the agricultural and food sciences. These activities are focused on the improvement of human nutrition and health, environmental sustainability and economic efficiency and deliver directly into the Global Food Security agenda. Our internationally competitive research is a crucial component in the delivery of a first class teaching and learning environment and provides the catalyst for the final year projects that undergraduates undertake. 

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  Endocrinology Prize for the best coursework essay by an undergraduate. 

Prize Essay 2013: Evaluate the evidence for and against the use of testosterone to extend lifespan by Rebecca Januscyzk
Prize Essay 2011: StAR protein in steroid synthesis by Zoe Huggett
Prize Essay 2010: Non-genomic Effects of Aldosterone by Dania Ghani
Prize Essay 2009: Hepatocyte Growth Factor by Alexandra Brown




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School of Biosciences

Sutton Bonington
Nr Loughborough, LE12 5RD

telephone: +44 (0) 115 9516400
fax: +44 (0) 115 9516020
email: biosciences-enquiries@nottingham.ac.uk

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