Biosciences at Brighton

University of Brighton biosciences blog

Subject explorer online event – 26 May

Join us to see what it is like to study biosciences at university. Book your place now  Our subject explorer events give you the chance to hear from a range of lecturers and current students in the subject you are interested in. The event will have an introductory talk covering how the subject is taught,…

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Brighton and Sussex universities go head to head in City Nature Challenge 2021

Brighton’s two universities have added a competition to their participation in a major annual global challenge to boost ecological engagement worldwide. Dr Rachel White and Dr Maureen Berg will lead the University’s participation for the Brighton & Eastern Downs area in the City Nature Challenge (CNC), taking place between 30 April and 3 May. Adding…

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Mycobacterial cording as a biofilm in detergent-free liquid media

New research article published on antimicrobial tolerance

Dr Ian Cooper has published a new article in collaboration with staff at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS). The article, “Three-dimensional low shear culture of Mycobacterium bovis BCG induces biofilm formation and antimicrobial drug tolerance”, published in nature.com presents new research on antimicrobial tolerance in association with biofilm formation by Mycobacterium bovis, in…

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What our new accreditation means for you

The Biosciences teaching team is delighted to announce that our BSc and BSc with Integrated foundation year degrees for Ecology and Conservation, Biological Sciences and Biomedical Science are now accredited by the Royal Society of Biology (RSB). All graduating students will graduate with an accredited degree and this includes our current final year students. As…

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Aisha

Weird and wonderful Brighton

Aisha Williams is a third year Biological Sciences student. See how she gets on with testing a giant octopus for her final year project. Read what she has to say about her course, the uni and the city.

Nelly (student)

First year of Biological Sciences BSc(Hons)

We asked first year Biological Sciences BSc(Hons) student Nelly Oresharova about her experience here so far. What made you choose Brighton and this course? I chose Brighton because of the reputation of the city as an open, inclusive, and generally enjoyable city to live in. I chose the course because I’m taking because I’m generally…

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Science taster online event – Wednesday 2 December 15:00 – 16:30

Come and join us at this online event, where you’ll have the opportunity to chat to current students and academics about our undergraduate degree courses in all areas of the sciences. Book your place now We’ll have live taster lectures for you to get an idea of what studying these subjects is really like at…

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Dr Coican with Countryfile's Anita Rani

BBC’s Countryfile to feature Brighton research 

University of Brighton research which found high quantities of glass microfibres in oysters is to be a main feature in an episode of BBC One’s Countryfile, scheduled for this weekend. The groundbreaking research, which generated widespread publicity, could have significant impact on the oyster industry locally in Chichester Harbour where the study was carried out, as well as…

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Starting your course in 2020?

You’re going to have a brilliant time here and we can’t wait to meet you! To help you feel like you already belong at Brighton our students and staff have created some information so you can get to know your subject better before you join us in the autumn. We’ll also be in touch over…

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Louise Mackenzie

New screening concept could help early detection of coronavirus

The University of Brighton is leading research on a new way of screening for Covid-19 and other viruses using machine learning and Artificial Intelligence. Using a pinprick test, the development could predict infection before a standard test can diagnose the presence of the virus, as well as any new version of pathogenic coronaviruses in the…

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