Latifa Mrisho in the CeBER labs with Prof Sue Harrison. Candice Mazzolini
CeBER recognises the need to train postgraduate students with first degrees in engineering, life sciences, physical sciences and maths to provide the skills set required for the bioeconomy. The postgraduate environment in CeBER encourages students to hone their expertise in the related disciplines complementing their undergraduate discipline while simultaneously being trained in advanced bioprocess engineering and research methodology. The degrees offered include the 120 credit MSc thesis with associated coursework, full research MSc and PhD. A combination of hands-on research, discussion forums, seminars, coursework and assignments make up the suite of educational offerings.