Our research and teaching addresses fundamentally important questions facing humankind, from food security to sustainability in industrial processes, mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance and the impact of climate change on life on earth. Our students develop a wide range of analytical and practical skills that prepare them to meet these challenges.
Our teaching is broad, from molecular structures to landscape-scale population dynamics, reflecting major questions in biology.
Join a strong and vibrant postgraduate community for training in modern research techniques using state-of-the-art research infrastructure.
We welcome new members to our team, bringing new approaches to answering biological questions.
Fresh water ecosystems can be adversely affected by barriers to the flow of water and a new study suggests that Europe’s river system is particularly badly affected.
At Durham, we provide an outstanding environment for research and education in animal, plant and bacterial biology encompassing expertise from the atomic to whole ecosystem scale. Trained by Durham Biosciences in the skills and knowledge required, our students are able to succeed in a wide range of careers or training environments and help society tackle the challenges for the future.
Contact us to find out more about undergraduate and postgraduate study, our research, and the services we offer.
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