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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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Latest Research Articles

                    Pancreatic-Polypeptide

What is Pancreatic Polypeptide and what does it do? - Constance Clare

                    Gastric-Secretion-2014

Discuss the hormones secreted by the stomach  -  Victoria Hines-Randle

  

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  Endocrinology Prize for the best coursework essay by an undergraduate. 

 

 

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