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- School facility to provide essential proteins for coronavirus research
- Two-tier approach could begin lockdown end
- Nuclear pore transport puzzle solved by super-resolution microscopy
- Professor Keith Matthews elected Fellow of the Royal Society
- Adrian Bird shares world’s largest prize for pioneering brain research
The School of Biological Sciences have contributed to the Royal Society of Biology’s ‘Biology Impacting Lives’ programme, producing a video that showcases how our research is leading the way towards creating a healthier and more sustainable world.
The 2014 UK research excellence assessment placed us 3rd in the UK for our research quality, and we are ranked in the world top 25.
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Our strategic project ‘Building a New Biology’ is an ambitious plan to grow our research and teaching capacity, quality and outputs to support intellectual discovery and generate health, social and economic benefits.
Our 130 active research groups and world-leading analytical facilities can support your R&D aims.
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