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Course overview

Biochemistry is the fascinating branch of laboratory-based science that brings together chemistry and biology to explore life at the molecular level. Today’s research biochemists are at the forefront of advances in many fields, including medicine, genetics, pharmaceuticals, toxicology, plant sciences, forensic science and food science. On this course you will acquire the knowledge and techniques that you will need to begin to approach contemporary biological problems and to start to look for solutions.

  • Guildhall
UCAS Code
C700
Duration
3 Years

Why Study Biochemistry with us?

During this course, you will be able to help shape the future of biochemical research in the birthplace of Darwin. This course is for you if you have an interest in understanding the biochemistry of life; wish to study how cells live and die; want to understand the different ways in which cells communicate; want to understand how we can manipulate genes or gene expression to improve food production or cure genetic disease; or want to explore novel drug targets.

Guildhall

Guildhall

Guildhall is nestled on the banks of the River Severn, and only a short walk from the winding streets of Shrewsbury.
 
First constructed in 2004, and renovated for the arrival of University Centre Shrewsbury in 2015, the Guildhall building is used as the main centre for teaching and learning and offers fresh, modern and open spaces for students to enjoy.
 
The building boasts brand-new computer suites, lecture and seminar rooms, open-plan laboratories, a spacious library, as well as a student common room, lounge, fitness suite, courtyard, and on-site café.

Clearing 2018

Places available to start this September. Discover our courses, accommodation, and what it’s like to be a student here.

Undergraduate Admissions

Open Day 2018

An event open to all, to find out about our range of full-time and part-time undergraduate courses.

  • Saturday 20th October
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