We caught up with Dr Jim Boyne, following his BSF event – ‘Genetic Engineering: How Science Fiction is Rapidly Becoming Science Fact!’
This family-orientated event gave participants the opportunity to extract DNA, as well as gain a further understanding of genetic engineering.
Dr Boyne is a lecturer on the BSc Biomedical Sciences course, having come to the University in 2009 with a background in genetic research. He explains how students at Bradford benefit from the diverse and encompassing research environment here. Teaching is research-led and cutting edge – teaching is led by academics engaged in research who keep up with advances in the field.
Interested in these sorts of fields? See our undergraduate courses in Biomedical Sciences.