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Lecture in School of Biosciences

New lectureship opportunities at the School of Biosciences

13 March 2017

The School of Biosciences is looking for forward thinking, motivated, passionate individuals to make a positive impact within the School and its teaching programmes.

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Predicting stem cell behaviour

16 February 2017

New research combining experiments with mathematical modelling, can help predict the behaviour of stem cells.

Mother and baby black rhinos

Decline in genetic diversity of black rhino

8 February 2017

Rethink needed to save critically endangered black rhinoceros

Designing proteins with new non-native functions.

Harnessing nature's 'nano-machines'

6 February 2017

Scientists expand function of proteins to open up new areas of research.

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Why quality mothering matters

24 January 2017

Two new BBSRC research programmes exploring 'why quality mothering matters'.

Laboratory work

Warning over drugs targeting key cancer mechanism

17 January 2017

Prototype drugs could cause severe side-effects in patients.

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New understanding of AIDS-related dementia

13 January 2017

Researchers reveal role of cell protein

Mouse egg imaged using CARS miscroscopy

Exploring how fats affect eggs and embryo development

10 January 2017

Scientists win BBSRC funding to investigate how fat affects egg and embryo development.

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New gift for Pancreatic Cancer research

9 January 2017

Institute receives generous donation from Pancreatic Cancer charity, Amser Justin Time.

Dr Stephen Rutherford

National Teaching Fellowship for Biosciences lecturer

20 December 2016

Dr Stephen Rutherford awarded prestigious National Teaching Fellowship.