The Biosciences laboratory is a clinical facility that houses the Nutrigenomics and Nutrigenetics research group.
The Biosciences laboratory houses a highly adaptable 40 student capacity practical teaching suite, alongside a designated Nutrigenomics research station. The laboratory’s activities cover multiple aspects of human, nutrition and wider chemistry science, including microbiology, physiology and compound analysis.
The Nutrigenomic and wider facility hosts teaching and learning for a variety of degree programmes, alongside multiple research strands at all academic levels considering various aspects of human health, nutrition and genetics.
The Biosciences lab links with the Faculty’s wider laboratories and associated activity including the use of a clinical analyser to measure a wide range of human physiology markers and ELISA hormone analysis.
FRAP, TPC, Phenolic content analytical kits and other similar as needed for relevant teaching and research.
Full range of laboratory glassware and accessories covering filtration, titration, distillation, dissection, chemical reaction experiments, gas collection and other similar experiments.
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