School of Biological Sciences

The School of Biological Sciences is home to exceptional research and dynamic collaboration.

We're a school of diverse students, driven researchers, curiosity, and novel discoveries. Our interests span the biological sciences, from biochemistry to microbiology, cell biology, biomedicine, evolutionary biology, ecology, conservation and plant biology.

Our flexible courses encourage students to pursue their interests and discover new ones. Our focus on skills development for their future inspires them to excel at teamwork, data analysis and communication as well as research and learning. We're embedded in the Norwich Research Park, which boasts one of the largest concentrations of life scientists in the country. Our researchers excel in their fields, and in the creation of wider impact for their work. We're a community generating exciting breakthroughs and pioneering applications.

 

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An Andean bear and her cubs stand on a fallen tree trunk.
18 Jan 2022

Saving species through genomics in megadiverse Colombia  

The world’s second-most megadiverse country stands to benefit in many ways through membership in the Earth Biogenome Project, according to research from UEA.

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Two fruit flies facing each other on a stick of celery.
24 Nov 2021

How eating less in early life could help with reproduction later on

Switching from a restricted diet to eating as much as you like could be beneficial for reproduction in later life, according to new UEA research.

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Robin sitting on a branch singing
02 Nov 2021

The shifting sounds of spring revealed in new study

Natural sounds, and bird song in particular, play a key role in building and maintaining our connection with nature - but a major new study reveals that the...

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25 Sep 2021

How rabbits help restore unique habitats for rare species

European wild rabbits are a ‘keystone species’ that hold together entire ecosystems – according to researchers at the University of East Anglia.

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