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21. UCL - Department of Biosciences
The UCL Division of Biosciences is a vibrant and exciting environment for research and teaching in the biological sciences. Our research community of over 500 staff and approximately 300 PhD students has an international reputation for outstanding research. Our research interests span all biological scales from molecules to cells, tissues, organisms and populations.
The Division of Biosciences was created from the old established departments of Anatomy, Biology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology and Physiology. New Research Departments have been created: Studying for a PhD at UCL can be hard work but is ultimately a very rewarding experience.

22. University College London - Faculty of Life Sciences
     The Faculty of Life Sciences undertakes world-leading research and teaching, which combines the strengths of UCL's basic biological and preclinical sciences. Our work attracts staff and students from around the world and together they create an outstanding and vibrant environment for both students and researchers. It is one of four Faculties within the UCL School of Life and Medical Sciences.

23. University of British Columbia - Biology Program
   UBC's Biology Program is the undergraduate teaching program of the Departments of Botany and Zoology. Options include one Major, eight Honours, and three Combined Honours options.
   We hope and expect that during your undergraduate years you will acquire an appreciation for the living world and a set of essential skills and attitudes that form the basis for further education and serve you well in later life.

24. University of California (Berkeley) - Department of Biology
     Welcome to the Biology@Berkeley website, designed to help current students, prospective students and visitors navigate the wealth of opportunities in the field of Biology at the University of California, Berkeley.

25. University of California (LosAngeles) - Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
   Our mission is to provide new knowledge of the ecological and evolutionary processes that produce and sustain life on Earth and to educate the next generation of scholars, professionals, and citizens for the biological, environmental and biotechnological challenges of the future.
   Our faculty members are engaged in exciting, high-quality research that generates a dynamic learning environment for undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral students. For undergraduates, we offer a choice of a broad-based major in biology and two specialized majors within ecology and evolutionary biology. We provide extensive individual research opportunities with professors and exciting field courses taught around the world. Our graduate program has strengths in theoretical ecology, molecular ecology, behavioral ecology, evolutionary genetics, evolutionary conservation, paleobiology, marine biology, and tropical biology. Please explore our website and learn more about our educational programs and research activities.

26. University of California (SanDiego) - Division of Biological Sciences
     Our mission is to advance knowledge of basic biological sciences and apply our research discoveries in ways that improve human health, protect our environment and enrich our economy.  We strive to fulfill our mission every day educating and preparing the next generation of scientists, physicians, medical researchers and educators for 21st century careers, and by increasing public understanding of biology and encouraging scientific discovery among K-12 teachers and schoolchildren.

27. University of California - San Francisco
The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) is a leading university dedicated to promoting health worldwide through advanced biomedical research, graduate-level education in the life sciences and health professions, and excellence in patient care. It is the only campus in the 10-campus UC system dedicated exclusively to the health sciences.

28. University of Cambridge - School of the Biological Sciences
     The School is one of six Schools in the University. The School includes the Faculty of Biology, which contains eight departments, and the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, which is a single department. The Wellcome Trust/Cancer Research UK Gurdon Institute, the Wellcome Trust Centre for Stem Cell Research and the Cambridge Systems Biology Centre are inter-departmental institutes within the School. The Sainsbury Laboratory is our newest institute.
     The School has strong research and teaching programmes. Together with the School of Clinical Medicine it has a thriving Graduate School.
     The School houses or contributes to a number of research facilities and interdisciplinary research centres.

29. University of Chicago - Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy
     The Department of Organismal Biology & Anatomy is home to faculty and students with wide ranging interests in biological structure, function, development and evolution at the level of the organism. Integrative by nature, diverse in its methods, organismal biology is the most exciting and powerful lens through which to advance understanding and education about organismal development, behavior and evolution.

30. University of Edinburgh - School of Biological Sciences
      The University has been the home of some of the most notable names in the biological sciences, both living and historic.
   Aubrey Manning - Emeritus Professor of Natural History
Professor Aubrey Manning is recognised as one of the country's leading authorities on animal behaviour.
   Charles Darwin - Naturalist
Darwin enrolled at the University of Edinburgh to study medicine in 1825, when he was just 16 years old.
   Paul Nurse - Nobel Laureate 2001
Professor Sir Paul Nurse spent six years as a postdoctoral researcher in the biology department at Edinburgh.
   Robert Brown - Botanist and observer of 'Brownian motion'
Robert Brown was another University of Edinburgh medical student who found renown through his work as a biologist.
   Steve Jones - Geneticist and author
Steve Jones, the well-known geneticist, prize-winning author and television presenter, completed his Bachelor's degree at the University of Edinburgh.
   Piers Sellers - Astronaut
Astronaut and ecologist Piers Sellers was an undergraduate student in ecology at Edinburgh, graduating in 1976.
   James Ashworth - Professor of Zoology and of Natural History
Professor Ashworth is best recognised for transforming the zoology department from a cramped and penniless state to its present day purpose-built home.

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