Wellcome Trust Multi User Equipment Award for 'Using Structural Mass Spectrometry for the Study of Large Macromolecular Machines'
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Why choose our department?
The Department of Structural and Molecular Biology has three associated undergraduate degree programmes. Students can apply directly to BSc Biochemistry or BSc Biotechnology or can join BSc Molecular Biology at the end of year 1. The first year of all programmes is broadly similar giving students a foundation in Experimental Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Microbiology and Chemistry. In year two students take specialised core courses and chose from a wide range of options while in year 3 the courses are focused on current research. All final year students will undertake a research project which culminates in their participation in a research symposium at which they will all present their findings.
Full details and all information about the programmes offered by the Department of Structural and Molecular Biology can be found at the biosciences modules and teaching page:
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