The University of Southampton
Biological Sciences

Our world-leading research in the areas of molecular and cellular bioscience, biomedical sciences (particularly neuroscience and development), ecology and the environment focuses on addressing today's key challenges. Furthermore, our range of biological sciences degrees comprise programmes in biochemistry, biology, biomedical sciences, ecology, neuroscience, pharmacology and zoology - covering the whole spectrum and helping our students secure a rewarding future career.

  • 24 August 2016

    Molecular signature shows plants are adapt...

    Plants are adapting to increasing atmospheric CO2 according to a ne...

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  • 23 August 2016

    Promotion for experienced Southampton neur...

    Jessica Teeling has been appointed Professor of Experimental Neuroi...

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  • 19 August 2016

    ‘Ecosystem canaries’ provide early warning...

    New research, led by the University of Southampton, demonstrates th...

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    “I would definitely recommend Southampton, it’s been really good and the facilities are really great. It’s small enough to feel like home but big enough for you to spread your wings.”

    Brittany Camp - BSc Biology, 2015
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    “Being around such world-leading professors in the laboratories is incredible, it’s a close-knit family in biological sciences and staff are working on so many world-changing projects.”

    Thomas Cross - BSc Biomedical Sciences, 2016
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    “I spent a year in industry at GSK in Stevenage looking at ways to monitor liver and kidney fibrosis.”

    Phillippa Richardson - Master of Neuroscience, 2016
    Athena SWAN Bronze AwardBiological Science NSS 2016 ResultsCfBS Intranet
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