The School of Pharmacy is housed in the University’s Joseph Banks Laboratories where students have access to high-specification instrumentation for spectroscopy, diffraction, imaging and separation science. There are opportunities to develop expertise with these facilities throughout studying, including nuclear magnetic resonance, mass spectrometry, chromatography, electron microscopy and X-ray diffraction.
Combining the consultation rooms, Maltby suite, with the laboratory specifications of the Science Building and Joseph Banks, School of Pharmacy students have the opportunity to take part in a range of teaching methods across campus.
The Joseph Banks Laboratories and Minster House are a purpose-built science facility, developed by a collaborative team including teaching and research staff, estates and ICT professionals, architects and engineers.
The design integrates research, teaching and social space into a single, connected learning landscape. Undergraduates, postgraduates and staff will share formal and informal spaces distributed throughout the facilities.
The building’s simple, linear form facilitates navigation and excellent access to natural light throughout. A learning corridor runs through the building on all three axes, connecting the entrance with the teaching spaces, laboratories, offices and the new social learning spaces on each level.
Sited to the southwest of the existing University campus, the new facilities face onto a large green quadrangle with mature trees. New footpaths, seating and cycle stores will enhance this already pleasant space.
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The Maltby Suite is a dedicated pharmacy teaching suite combining, a flexible pharmacy teaching and learning area, a mock pharmacy and drug store, a medicines suite and six consultation rooms.