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12 April 2021

Amidst the uncertainty of coronavirus, writing a dissertation and coming to the realisation that my undergraduate course in Medical Science was coming to an end, I had an important decision to make. What would I do after graduation? Read more…

10 February 2020

International Day of Women and Girls in Science, celebrated on 11 February, recognises the important role women and girls play in science and technology. With that in mind, we asked some of our third-year students to tell us what science means to them. Read more…

19 June 2019

1. The first thing that surprised me the most was the fact that the course is very laboratory and research oriented. We have plenty of lab sessions where we learn various techniques and procedures that are essential for our future careers… Read more…

17 June 2019

Iron is by mass the most common element on Earth. It is also an essential element in our body, with one of its major functions to carry oxygen in haemoglobin molecules of red blood cells. Read more…

10 January 2018

To become a proficient in science (as in any field), you need experience in experimentation – but getting it as an undergraduate can be incredibly difficult. How do you do it? Here are my six top tips that got me summer research experience. Read more…

4 July 2017

Studying a science course is exciting and hard work, with a lot of practical sessions that are really fun. Here's the lowdown on my Medical Science degree. Read more…

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