Our Analytical Chemistry Group has research interests and expertise spanning criminal forensic science, environmental sampling, archaeology, geology, pathology and drug analysis.
Develop your skills in major areas of applied bioscience, including molecular cell biology, biomedical genetics and specialised topics in medical diagnostics. You'll focus on rapidly-evolving research into the applications of bioscience in healthcare. You'll also develop a comprehensive understanding of advanced analytical techniques.
Develop your scientific skills and explore new specialisms. If you’re a working biomedical scientist take a step towards being a Chartered Scientist status by studying on our Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS) accredited distance-learning course.
Biomedical science explores the basis of disease, and searches for new treatments. In our dedicated laboratories you can pursue your training in a number of aspects of biomedical science research.
Our IBMS accredited Biomedical Science degree will give you an intellectually stimulating education in the fast-moving field of the science that underpins modern medicine.
Our Biomedical Science degree will give you an intellectually stimulating education in the fast-moving field of the science that underpins modern medicine.
Get ready for a rewarding career in the growing field of bioscience – by developing the scientific knowledge and skills top employers want.
Develop the core knowledge and technical skills you need for a successful bioscience-related career.
From criminal investigation to courtroom: get exposure to the real world of crime scenes, policing and investigation. Learn about how crime is detected by the police using a range of investigative techniques, particularly forensic evidence, and how this is presented to a jury within a court of law. This course has been validated to include an optional Sandwich Placement year in industry.
If you’d like a career in crime scene investigation, this course will introduce you to the forensic techniques used, as well as to police investigative methods and court evidence requirements.