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The School of Life Sciences covers a wide spectrum of biological and medical sciences in both teaching and research. Expertise in the School spans molecular and cell biology, biochemistry, genetics, microbiology, pharmacology, physiology, anatomy and zoology. The School aims to achieve Excellence in Education, both in its own undergraduate science and postgraduate MSc degrees and with the major contributions it makes to professional courses in Medicine, Pharmacy and Dietetics. The School has a substantial research portfolio and strives to achieve research excellence across this range.
Life Sciences Seminar Programme Autumn 2014
There is a large cohort of early career researchers, comprising postdoctoral research fellows, over 300 postgraduate research students, together with highly skilled technical staff underpinning the research activities.
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School Funded PhD Studentships Available
Call for Brazil Science without Borders PhD Studentships
Read about BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership in Biotechnology & Biological Sciences on the Graduate website »
12 fully funded NERC PhD studentships are available to start in October 2015.
Details of available projects are on the Envision web site at http://www.envision-dtp.org/portal/projects/
Interested candidates should contact the lead supervisor in the first instance. Applications should be made via the Envision project portal http://www.envision-dtp.org/portal by 10 am on 15th January 2015.
Our teaching is research-led and integrative, ensuring that our courses are at the cutting edge and that our students are prepared for the future.
We provide excellence in teaching in a wide range of Biological and Biomedical Sciences. Students can choose between 3 years BSc (Hons) and
4 years MSci (Hons) degrees in
We offer an extensive range
of high-quality taught Masters’
programmes, covering a range
of specialist courses
‘from molecules to man’.
The University of Nottingham is ranked in the UK top 10 by The Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2014. In accordance with the table's criteria, successful universities have high-quality staff and lectures, well-structured courses, good accommodation and good community atmosphere.
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Raising the profile of technicians
Athena SWAN awards champion good working practices to advance the representation of women in science, technology, engineering, medicine and mathematics. The School of Life Sciences seeks to go beyond this with our flagship policy of fairness and equality of opportunity for all. We are committed to provide a positive and supporting environment for all our staff and students. This is exemplified by our successful bid for Athena Swan Silver Status and our endeavour to roll out best practice to all staff and student groups.
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