At the University of Lincoln, you work alongside research-active academics at the forefront of their fields. Areas of expertise in the School include botany, microbiology, genetics, paleobiology, biodiversity, reproductive biology and embryology, and behavioural ecology.
Opportunities for research at MPhil or PhD levels exist in a broad range of biology-related areas. You will have access to state-of-the-art facilities and a range of plant, and invertebrate and vertebrate animal species to aid your study.
Researchers in the School of Life Sciences investigate animal and plant biology at cellular, organism and population levels to answer fundamental questions on evolution and the development of species. There is an emphasis on independent research and study, with supervision by an advisory team of academic staff. Support and training is provided to help you develop key research skills that will be beneficial to your future career.