Research for Life and Environmental Sciences

The School of Life and Environmental Sciences harbours a wide-ranging research portfolio, covering areas as diverse as plant biotechnology, biochemistry, ecology, synthetic chemistry, evolutionary biology, cancer, trace metal biology, toxicology, bioinformatics and forensic science.

Research groups

Marine and
Freshwater
Science

Marine and Freshwater Science

Wildlife and
Landscape
Ecology

Wildlife and Landscape Ecology

Palaeobiology
and Global
Change

Palaeobiology and Global Change

Ecophysiology,
Sensory Ecology
and Behaviour

Ecophysiology, Sensory Ecology and Behaviour

Biomolecular
Sciences


Biomolecular Sciences

Chemistry and
Forensic
Sciences

Chemistry and Forensic Sciences

Strategic Research Centres
associated with the School

Centre for
Integrative Ecology

Centre for Integrative Ecology

Centre for Chemistry and Biotechnology

Centre for Chemistry and Biotechnology
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