Life Sciences Building
The Institute for Life Sciences (IfLS) represents a university-wide collaboration which acts as a catalyst for interdisciplinary research and training.
The mission is to facilitate fusions of expertise in education and research from a range of disciplines in order to broaden scientific opportunities and address key issues in health, society and enterprise.
The aim is to train scientists and policy makers to address their world from a cross-disciplinary perspective.
The research pillars underpinning the IfLS are Bioengineering, Biomedicine and Bioscience:
Bioengineering features Hybrid Biodevices; Imaging in the Nanodomain; Structured Substrates.
Biomedicine features Applied Neuroscience; Translational Immunology.
Bioscience features Biofilms and Microbial Communities; Ecosystem Services; Molecular Crystallography; Protein Networks.