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Life, Health and Chemical Sciences: PhD Projects 101

Updated Wednesday, 28th March 2018

Ever wondered what our research students from the school of Life, Health and Chemical Sciences do in the labs? Check out these explainers of their projects...

Interested in postgraduate study with The Open University's, or maybe you just love science? Discover some of the fascinating research our PhD students in School of Life, Health and Chemical Sciences have been doing in these introductory articles.

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