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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.

We have also been 1st in the Russell Group for overall student satisfaction for two years running, (Guardian 2019-2020).

13 May 2020

School of Biological Sciences Distinguishe...

Speaker: Professor Chris Schofield, University of Oxford

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1 April 2020

Emma Garland Winner of the Hans Schuppe Pr...

Congratulations to Emma Garland for winning the Hans Schuppe imagin...

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10 January 2020

Tom Land on being inspired by the Belize T...

Belize; a small Central American country, sandwiched between Guatem...

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My favourite parts of the course have definitely been the independent lab projects in third and fourth year because you get the opportunity to work in a real research environment and try cutting edge techniques. The lectures I’ve attended throughout my degree have also been an incredible opportunity to learn and be inspired.
Annie ShawMSci Biochemistry, 2020
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I am enjoying the fact that everything we learn is coming directly from the front line of science. A lot of the content is research from our world class lectures and researchers at the university. This means that we are completely up to date with what is happening within the subject.
Bradley RichardsonMNeurosci (Neuroscience), 2020
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I chose to study at Southampton because of its state of the art facilities and prestigious academic reputation. In particular, what captured me the most was the friendly atmosphere of the campus as this was significant element on my academic motivation.
Christy ChanBSc Biomedical Sciences, 2020
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