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Structural BiologyPart of Biological Sciences

Education

Structural Biology features in many courses in the biochemistry and biomedical degree programmes as it pinpoints the nature of biomolecular interactions, catalysis, membrane chemistry, the reasons for disease and much, much more.

Key courses taught by the structural biologists at the Centre for Biological Sciences include Exploring Proteins, Membrane Biology, Molecular Recognition and the Molecular Basis of Disease.

Students that enjoy the elegance of nature's molecular designs for life can choose a final year project where they will have the chance to carry out novel research on a biological target of current scientific relevance.

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