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Open Africa, Open World 
Africa Week 
20-25th May

The Faculty of Biological Sciences join the University in celebrating the strengths, diversity and impact of African scholars, organisations and partnerships.

Cells of human connective tissue

Professor Richard Bayliss, School of Molecular and Cellular Biology, and Dr Charlotte Dodson, University of Bath, reflect on what the latest developments in AlphaFold 3 mean for biologists.

Sheena Radford

Membership of the Academy is among the highest honours in science.

A structure of Fascin 1 bound to NB 3E11. Fascin 1 is shown in dark, light blue and green. Nb 3E11 is shown in beige.

A newly discovered nanobody, Nb 3E11, stops a cancer-spreading protein called Fascin-1 from forming cell-surface protrusions.

Children talk to researchers at Be Curious

Explore the wonderful world of science at the University’s annual family open day.