Life class


December 3rd, 2010

Highly specialised photography produced by students who have completed a unique Masters degree in Biological Photography and Imaging is on display for the first time.

As the one-year science-based course enters its 10th year, the exhibition celebrates the work of students who have gone on to careers in biological research, wildlife photography, medical imaging, film making and writing.

The exhibition, at the Lakeside Arts Centre on University Park, runs until Monday 29 November 2010. It is being held in recognition of the late Brian Case who founded the course 19 years ago as a module for undergraduate biology students. He went on to establish the MSc in Biological Photgraphy and Imaging with the help of teaching support specialist David McMahon.

The course, run by the School of Biology at The University of Nottingham, provides students with business management and web design skills. Today the course offers 16 hotly contested places to students with scientifi c backgrounds in genetics, biology, zoology, environmental sciences, biochemistry and biosciences.

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