Our research has a common thread: the belief that research should be centred around its impact on people.
Science and the Environment at Worcester encompasses subject areas including Archaeology, Biochemistry, Biology (including Animal Biology and Human Biology), Biomedical Science, Forensic and Applied Biology, Geography (including Human Geography and Physical Geography), Human Nutrition and Pharmacology.
We offer top quality degrees in a friendly and supportive environment, using modern approaches to learning and teaching.
From sustainability to crime scene analysis, our world-leading research focuses on today’s key challenges. Working in collaboration with different disciplines and with other universities, private industry and the public sector, our research is a means to achieve real-life benefits.
Science and the Environment News
Thursday, 19 November 2020
Research by a University of Worcester graduate, which advocated the use of wildflowers in commercial apple orchards and led to a change in production policy, has been published in an international science journal.
Wednesday, 19 August 2020
Postgraduate students have rated the University of Worcester among the very best in the UK, according to the results of a major national independent survey.
Wednesday, 22 April 2020
A scientist at the University of Worcester was involved in a major new study which has revealed that a beetle could be the key to reducing pollen from one of Europe’s most prolific plants, providing relief to more than 2 million hayfever sufferers.