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Oxford Brookes University Centre for Ecology, Environment and Conservation's director Dr Tim Shreeve was recently called on by Aston Pottery in Oxfordshire after they discovered an unusual type of bumblebee in their gardens which is all black.
Students and graduates from the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences were awarded prizes to celebrate their academic achievements at this year’s Graduation ceremonies, held at Oxford Brookes University in June.
Wednesday the 5th of June saw a mixture of alumni, past staff, current staff and students mingling together to celebrate the contribution of a number of staff in the department of Biological and Medical Sciences.
The Faculty of Health and Life Sciences Annual Careers Event was held on Thursday 25th April, with 56 representatives from businesses and professional fields attending the large speed-networking event with around 140 undergraduates from across Psychology, Biological and Medical Sciences, Clinical Health Care and Sport and Health Sciences.
The Department of Biological and Medical Sciences is delighted to announce that Prof Stewart Thompson has been voted ‘Most inspirational Lecturer’ as part of the Oxford Brookes Student Union Teaching Awards.
Today tigers are in crisis for a number of inter-related reasons, some of which are the centre of much debate.
The Department of Biological and Medical Sciences would like to congratulate ‘The Biology Students Society’ who recently won the 'Best New Students’ Society' at the Oxford Brookes Student Union Awards.
Oxford Brookes University has joined forces with the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB) and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in Delhi to develop cheap and sustainable biofuels
Dr John Runions, better known as Dr Molecule to listeners of BBC Radio Oxford, last night hosted the Stargazing Live event for the South of England.
Oxford Brookes' Dr Anne Osterrieder has been awarded the Society for Experimental Biology's (SEB) prestigious President's Medal in recognition for her work in increasing public understanding of biology.