£1,587 per year
The Master in Biology has a far-reaching influence on numerous areas within science and society. The research domain of biology itself is very broad, and covers the complete spectrum of the diversity of the formation of life and the different organisation levels of life, ranging from a cell to the ecosystem and biosphere level.
Actual topics and challenges such as protection of endangered species, global change, sustainability, cloning of organisms, dangerous diseases and medical progress have their roots in biology. Biology also contributes to numerous conceptual innovations that lead towards new disciplines such as the molecular biology and biotechnology.
Biology forms an exciting study domain that is constantly in evolution thanks to close interaction with a broad range of scientific disciplines such as chemistry, geology, geography and physics.
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