Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences

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This exciting multidisciplinary degree offers a flexible choice of subjects to prepare you for a wide range of careers

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Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences

This Faculty brings together experts in chemistry, colour science, food science, mathematics, nutrition, physics and astronomy, to deliver teaching and research through the following schools:

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Studying for a PhD will be a journey that will stimulate your passion for your subject and push you to reach your potential.

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Mathematics and Physical Sciences Employability Team

The Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences Employability Team have been…

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A petri dish containing a growth medium on which Escherichia coli (E.coli) is growing.

Research led by Dr Michael Webb (School of Chemistry) has found that an…

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Predicted binding of risperidone to 17-HSD10: (a) overlay of risperidone (cyan), RM-532-46 (green) and NAD co-factor (orange), modelled in the active site of 17-HSD10 (PDB-ID: 1U7T)

Scientists from the Universities of Leeds and Warwick and ValiRx plc have…

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Floriane Gidel, winner of the Leeds Doctoral College Showcase Postgraduate Researcher of the Year 2017 award, flanked by proud supervisors Onno Bokhove (left) and Mark Kelmanson from the Department of Applied Mathematics.

Floriane Gidel has won the Leeds Doctoral College Showcase Postgraduate…

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Our next postgraduate open day is on Friday 2 February 2018.

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This biennial conference will next be held at the University of Leeds in 2018. 

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The Astbury Conversation is designed to give an insight into life in molecular detail.

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