We run a cutting edge research project for A Level Biology students at our local state school, Cotham. 

Martin lab folk and some of our Biochemistry undergraduates guide the school students in genome-wide association studies (GWAS) and cell biology, ‘Using zebrafish as a model organism to study human disease’. This programme is run in the school labs using equipment bought for them with Wellcome Trust funding as part of the Authentic Biology initiative, and now overseen by the Institute for Research in Schools.

Biochemistry undergraduate shows a group of Cotham 6th formers how to to use a micro-pipette for PCR experiments.
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