- Working to safeguard the public against viruses and antibiotic resistant bacteria
14 March 2018
- Distinguished Bangor Alumnus leaves generous legacy to Agricultural Botany
8 March 2018
- Thousands of starfish have washed up dead after the ‘Beast from the East’ – here’s why
6 March 2018
- Bangor academic gives expert evidence to House of Commons on St David’s Day
1 March 2018
- Royal Support for Scaling Up Collaborative Coral Reef Conservation
1 March 2018
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- Public Lecture: Assessing coastal environmental risk and damage to infrastructure
Wednesday 25 April 2018, 17:00–18:30
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Welcome to the College of Natural Sciences
The College of Natural Sciences at Bangor University is one of the leading centres in the UK for teaching and research in biology, environmental sciences, geography, and ocean sciences. We aim to educate and train a new generation of scientists aware of societal needs in a world-class research-led environment.
Our international links are extensive and our research interests extend across a range of habitats with global significance from coral reefs to the polar ice caps.
The College of Natural Sciences
The college has over 1250 students and 145 teaching and support staff, and consists of three academic schools and the BioComposites Centre, which focuses on applied research and development work. The core funding turnover of the College is £14M p.a. with an additional income of £6M p.a. from competitively won external research grants and contracts.
- School of Biological Sciences
- School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography
- School of Ocean Sciences
We offer a wide range of undergraduate, taught postgraduate degrees, a range of MRes programmes and formally structured research degree programmes.
Visit us on one of our Open Day
If you’re interested in studying with us, why not visit us on one of our Open Days.