In Biosciences we consider our facilities to be a vital part of the discipline and its offering to prospective undergraduate and postgraduate students, postgraduate researchers and our academic staff. In order to maintain state-of-the-art facilities, we use a rolling replacement programme to ensure equipment is continually updated and functioning at its best, plus we aim to drive the discipline forward in new technologies.
The recent installation of the ‘next generation’ sequencing equipment for the Sequencing service, and the electron microscopy equipment in the Bioimaging Suite is enabling our researchers to carry out world-leading research. The Geoffrey Pope building has recently undergone a £25m refurbishment to provide state-of-the-art research and teaching facilities including the new Aquatic Resources Centre.
Find out more about the specific facilities available at:
- Daphne du Maurier building, home of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation