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>150 graduate students in our research and taught programmes. More

Research-led teaching to >450 undergraduate students annually.  More

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€30M Research Funding in last 5 years. More

UCD SCHOOL OF BIOMOLECULAR & BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE
Mission statement:

"To deliver teaching and research excellence in the biomolecular and biomedical sciences and foster discovery and learning through collaboration."

NEWS & EVENTS

ENGAGE 2015: Cutting Edge Science, Plain EnglishENGAGE 2015: Cutting Edge Science, Plain English (10/04/2015)

ENGAGE Seminars Grand Final showcased UCD PhD students' science communication skills, proving that cutting edge science may be made accessible to the general public


SBBS NEWS - Spring 2015 newsletterSBBS NEWS - Spring 2015 newsletter (02/04/2015)

A fond farewell to Ardmore House from SBBS Microbiologists present and past | Roddy Monks Prize 2015 | Mass Spec in the search for functional foods | New insights into Depression by Dr. Jana Haase | ENGAGE Finalists | Welcome to New Neuroscience Staff Dr. Derek Costello and Dr. Andy Irving | Recent publications, and much more


ENGAGE Seminars 2015 - Accessible Science in Plain EnglishENGAGE Seminars 2015 - Accessible Science in Plain English (19/03/2015)

Novel approaches to treating kidney disease and inflammation. Using magnets and radio waves to research disease and nutrition. Stopping cancer cell growth and finding how HIV-1 can lie dormant in the body so that we can find better treatments. All this and more will be explained by our PhD students as they communicate their scientific research in plain English. All welcome - click into this story for more information 4pm, 9th April 2015 | Moore Auditorium, O' Brien Centre for Science.


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