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The Faculty of Science and Engineering

is the focus of teaching, research and social and economic engagement in mathematical sciences, computing, engineering, built environment, environmental and earth sciences, pharmacy, and natural and life sciences.



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.
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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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Graduation 2012

Congratulations to all the students from the Faculty of Science and Engineering who are among the 5,000 University of Brighton students graduating this summer. Find out more

Nanotechnology research wins international recognition

Research by University of Brighton scientists on the use of nanotechnology to decontaminate mercury-contaminated water has been highlighted by the world's leading science publication. Find out more

Brighton researchers 'dig for data'

Historians, archivists and experts in computer science from the University of Brighton are teaming up to develop new ways of exploring digital historical records. Find out more

International award for Dr Kath Browne

Dr Kath Browne has been awarded the 'Jan Monk Service Award' from the world's largest professional body of geographers, the Association of American Geographers.  Find out more

For he's a jolly good Fellow!

Professor John Smart, Head of the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences at the University of Brighton has been appointed a Fellow of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.  Find out more


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Sarah was awarded a first class honours degree and received the School of the Environment's prize for achievement in Environmental Hazards.

"It's been great to be working on something that I am interested in and really enjoyed. The degree has been very practical and the experience I have gained from this project and field trips to Sicily and Greece have been invaluable."

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