Welcome to the School of Life Sciences at the University of Lincoln. This interdisciplinary School provides an exciting and stimulating environment where excellence in teaching and research are highly valued, and we provide opportunities for students and staff to pursue their scientific ambitions.
The School of Life Sciences has a growing reputation for both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research, which covers a wide spectrum of the Life Sciences and elements of Physical Science. We currently run undergraduate courses in Animal Behaviour & Welfare, Biochemistry, Biology, Biomedical Science, Bioveterinary Science, and Zoology. We also offer taught masters in Biotechnology, Clinical Animal Behaviour, Forensic Anthropology and Erasmus Mundus Forensic Science.
From September 2014 our existing facilities will be augmented with the addition of the Science and Innovation Park on campus. This will include large new laboratories named The Joseph Banks Laboratories and Minster House. These will be in addition to our fantastic purpose-built Science Building, and is a direct example of our growth as a School, over recent years.
Dr Libby John, Head of School
School of Life Sciences
Research Advances Understanding of Vascular Disease
Why Earth’s Greatest Mass Extinction was the Making of Modern Mammals
The Secret Life of Dogs
Journey to the Cloud Forests of Ecuador
Groundbreaking Research into Bushcricket Song