Did you know today is Biomedical Science Day?
No, I hear you say. Well, let me tell you a bit about it.
Biomedical Science Day is organised by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS), the professional body for biomedical scientists, laboratory support staff and students. The day is held on the birthday of IBMS founder, Albert Norman (1881-1964), and aims to raise the profile of biomedical science and to show that it is at the heart of patients’ healthcare.
Here at the University of Lincoln, we understand the importance of Biomedical Science and inspiring our next generation of scientists, whether that be through research and/or teaching.
Today we are celebrating by showcasing some of our students and staff. Hear from them and discover why Biomedical Science may be the course for you.
For more information on our BSc (Hons) and MBio Biomedical Science Courses, please visit – https://www.lincoln.ac.uk/course/bmsbmsub/