Imperial College London
Building DNA probes for cancer diagnosis, creating tissue scaffolds to support wound healing and even creating synthetic life, Molecular Bioengineers use their understanding of Biology and Chemistry to engineer solutions to medical and biological problems. This is a truly interdisciplinary course – as well as biology and chemistry, you will use skills from maths, physics and computing to understand and improve biological systems. You’ll have a series of taster lectures exploring how engineers are at the forefront of medicine and work in our labs putting your practical skills to the test.
17 July 2023 - 21 July 2023
18 PROGRAMME PLACES
Have achieved a minimum of eight GCSEs with at least five at grades 7-9, including maths and sciences. Have achieved a minimum of grade 5 in GCSE English Language.
Be studying Maths and Chemistry at A-level or equivalent.
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