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An advanced taught course is offered for students with a strong mathematics background, who wish to join a new generation of mathematicians, physicists, chemists and engineers who are willing to broaden their scientific horizons in order to provide an expertise sought after by biologists and a wide range of biomedical industries. The aim of the course is to bring you in twelve months to a position where you can start with confidence on a wide range of careers at the interface between Mathematics and Life Sciences, including a PhD in an interdisciplinary area within the Biophysical Sciences Institute (BSI). The creation of the BSI in Durham in 2007 underpins a new approach to research in the life sciences, where the traditional academic distinctions between physicists, chemists, biologists, engineers and mathematicians are becoming increasingly irrelevant, and where significant progress is expected from learning from one another. More detailed information can be found: http:www.dur.ac.ukmathematical.sciencesbiomathsmscbio.

An advanced taught course is offered for students with a strong mathematics background, who wish to join a new generation of mathematicians, physicists, chemists and engineers who are willing to broaden their scientific horizons in order to provide an expertise sought after by biologists and a wide range of biomedical industries. The aim of the course is to bring you in twelve months to a...

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