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Biochemistry

King's College London

On our Biochemistry BSc course you will study all areas of modern biochemistry including: biological chemistry, structural biology and biophysics, metabolism, cell biology, molecular genetics, bioinformatics, immunology and microbiology. This is... More details

Biochemistry

King's College London

Biochemistry is the study of the molecular basis of life and our Biochemistry MSci course will expose you to all areas of modern biochemistry. You will gain detailed knowledge of all... More details

Biochemistry and Biotechnology

University of East London

If you want to enjoy a practical study of one of the fastest-growing and most fascinating areas of human knowledge, then our Biochemistry and Biotechnology course is for you. You’ll be taught... More details

Biomedical Science

Kingston University London

**Why Choose Kingston** – This degree is accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS). If you also complete the IBMS Training Portfolio, you can apply to register as a Biomedical Scientist... More details

Biomedical Science

University of East London

Whether it’s investigating a type of cancer or understanding the cause of food poisoning, biomedical scientists play a crucial role in diagnosing disease and evaluating effective treatment. Doctors make decisions based on... More details

Biomedical Science

Kingston University London

**Why Choose Kingston** – This degree is accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS). If you also complete the IBMS Training Portfolio, you can apply to register as a Biomedical Scientist... More details

Biomedical Science (Foundation)

Kingston University London

**Why Choose Kingston** – This degree is accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS). If you also complete the IBMS Training Portfolio, you can apply to register as a Biomedical Scientist... More details

Biomedical Science (with Foundation Year)

University of East London

If you would like to study for a degree but do not have the qualifications required to enter directly into Level 1 of a three-year degree programme, then this Extended programme... More details

Biosciences

London South Bank University

This course gives students the opportunity to study a combination of biological sciences, including biochemistry; human biology; microbiology; and environmental science.... More details

Genetics

Queen Mary University of London

Genetics is the hot topic of 21st century science, revolutionising biology and medicine. It is central to all areas of biology, from cellular development and reproduction to conservation and biodiversity. In... More details

Genetics with a Year Abroad

Queen Mary University of London

Genetics is the hot topic of 21st century science, revolutionising biology and medicine. It is central to all areas of biology, from cellular development and reproduction to conservation and biodiversity. In... More details

Microbiology

Imperial College London

**As well as your main Imperial degree (BSc), you will also receive the award of the Associateship of the Royal College of Science (ARCS) on completion of this course.** Biological Sciences at... More details

Pharmacology

Kingston University London

**Reasons to choose Kingston** – This course meets the core curriculum requirements set out by the British Pharmacology Society (BPS), the professional association for pharmacologists. – You may study pharmacology on its own... More details

Pharmacology

Kingston University London

**Reasons to choose Kingston** – This course meets the core curriculum requirements set out by the British Pharmacology Society (BPS), the professional association for pharmacologists. – You may study pharmacology on its own... More details

Pharmacology (Foundation)

Kingston University London

**Reasons to choose Kingston** – This course meets the core curriculum requirements set out by the British Pharmacology Society (BPS), the professional association for pharmacologists. – You may study pharmacology on its own... More details