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Global award for University of Brighton scientist

A University of Brighton scientist has won a global award for his work in pharmaceutical science. More information

Congratulations to our Project Quorum Prize Scheme winners

The undergraduate Project Quorum Prize Scheme winners (2012-2013) have now been announced. There are three winners, each receiving a £200 prize for their utilisation of electron microscopy. More information

Final-year pharmacy - project presentation competition

On 30 April 2013, the Sussex Local Practice Forum hosted a poster competition in association with the University of Brighton. More information

Kidney therapy research grant

A team from the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences have been awarded a grant to research a more effective therapy for kidney failure. More information

A first for science

Students at the University of Brighton recently contributed to a world's first, in a paper entitled the "Detection of clinically important cations by a pillar[5]arene-modified electrochemical sensor". For more information

University applies for Athena SWAN bronze award

Athena SWAN encourages and recognises good practice in the employment of women in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM) subjects in higher education.  For more information

The Analyst 2012

Following the success of last year’s ‘Apprentice-style’ laboratory challenge, 'The Analyst' is back.  
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Peptide Research Network of Excellence

The University of Brighton is part of a new research project aiming to place the Channel region at the forefront of peptide research.
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National Student Survey Success

The vast majority of students have given the University of Brighton top marks and would recommend the university to potential students, according to a national survey.
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students at graduation

Outstanding student achievements recognised

Students from across the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences gathered on Wednesday 25th July for a prize giving ceremony.
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The Big Bang makes an impact

The School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences played their part in a successful Big Bang South East, at the Hawth, Crawley on 5th July 2012.
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Varndean students

New journal launched

University of Brighton researchers have launched a new journal which will carry articles on research and potential scientific breakthroughs in the field of nanotechnology.
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Varndean students

Cyber-patient helping students develop clinical skills

A hi-tech patient is helping students at the University of Brighton apply their clinical knowledge in highly realistic simulations.
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Varndean students

Success in the UK Chemistry Olympiad

Lecturers from the University of Brighton have helped a group of local sixth-form students to success in the UK Chemistry Olympiad.
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Preferential entry into medicine


Biomedical Sciences BSc(Hons) and Masters Degree in Pharmacy students who might ultimately wish to study medicine are guaranteed an interview with Brighton & Sussex Medical School if you meet the specified conditions.
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"I was originally from Vienna, but came to London where I was a full-time session musician/drum teacher. After that, I decided to expand my career and study pharmacy at the University of Brighton.

"One of the aspects of the course that was especially good was the excellent clinical teaching."

Max Zastiera, MPharm

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