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Edward Turner, the first professor of chemistry at UCL, was an important figure in the history of 19th century science. Appointed to the chair of chemistry soon after the college's foundation, he was also author of an important textbook of the day, his Elements of Chemistry. Turner was a highly skilled experimental chemist, and his meticulous work on atomic weights put him at the centre of a major controversy of the age. More...
The Natural Sciences BSc and MSci degrees at UCL enable students who wish to maintain a breadth of science subjects to design a unique degree which is suited to their personal interests. The programmes have been designed to offer students the flexibility to combine science subjects into a structured and coherent programme.
The programmes have been designed to offer students the flexibility to
combine science subjects into a structured and coherent programme, drawing together elements of physics / astrophysics, mathematics, chemistry, earth sciences, life sciences, maths/statistics and science and technology studies.
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- There are no Natural Sciences postgraduate programmes
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