About the BARS blog

Throughout the past academic year, students have been attending a number of seminars given by some of the UK’s most acclaimed scientists at the University of Reading, Oxford and London. From learning how to save bumblebees, to the development of antibiotic resistance in the food chain, we have had the chance to engage with cutting edge research in Microbiology, Biomedical Sciences, Biochemistry, Evolution and Ecology… And now we can share this with you!

Each fortnight on the first ever School of Biological Sciences blog, we will be featuring exceptional pieces of work completed by our final year students taking the Seminars in Biology module. Every new post will be based on a different seminar topic, so whether you are researching into a specific biological field or you’d just like to discover something new, there will be something for you to read and enjoy!

Kirsty Somerscales

With thanks to Dr Francoise Mazet and Dr Renee Lee for making this blog possible and a huge thank you to Emma Reynolds, Ayesha Tailor, Amelia Crowley and Steven Harris for working on the BARS blog committee.

Please feel free to get in touch with any comments, suggestions or feedback by emailing: k.a.somerscales@student.reading.ac.uk!

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