A multi-disciplinary team from Bath is developing the world's first portable device that detects synthetic drugs.
Department of Life Sciences
The department aims to deliver excellence in research and teaching across the spectrum of Life Sciences, covering biosciences, pharmacy and pharmacology.
New species of duckbill dinosaur found in Africa indicates they were diverse, with at least three species inhabiting north Africa at the end of the Cretaceous.
The Milner Centre for Evolution is dedicated to studying evolution and applying this fundamental knowledge of biology to tackle today’s global challenges.
Dr Nick Longrich writes in The Conversation about how new fossils of abelisaurs from North Africa suggest African dinosaurs remained diverse up to the very end.
Professor Ed Feil (Milner Centre for Evolution) explains in The Conversation about new biological entities discovered by Stanford University called obelisks.
Professor Turi King has been announced as the next Director of the Milner Centre for Evolution at the University of Bath.
Restudy of fossils collected in New Mexico digs up key clues about T. rex’s origins in North America.
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