Be at the forefront of new biological knowledge that revolutionises the way we cure disease, develop new technologies or create new renewable energy sources.
Biophysics sits at the crossroads of biology, physics and chemistry. You’ll apply core principles from physics and chemistry to deepen your understanding of how complex biological systems work.
Study computer modelling techniques and key methods of mathematical analysis to examine the relationships between the physical properties and how molecules, cells and core systems within the human body function.
Deepen your understanding of how nerve cells communicate, and use scientific techniques to examine the structures of proteins, viruses and other complex molecules.
Studying biophysics gives you interdisciplinary training, meaning you can adapt to a variety of working environments from universities and research centres to industry and government.