The Towse lab is based at the University of Bradford in Yorkshire and is a Chemical Biology and Computational Biophysics lab combining both experimental and computational techniques. One of the growing strengths at University of Bradford are the number of computational chemists and biophysicists on the academic staff recently hired over the last 2 years.
As a result of this strong contingent of computational and mathematical expertise, the School of Chemistry and Biosciences at the University of Bradford are launching an MChem degree in Computational and Mathematical Chemistry in 2018/19. Computational and mathematical methods really are a rapidly growing area of chemistry and bioscience research, and being in this research area, the Towse lab are very excited at the prospect of the University of Bradford offering such a unique degree to undergraduates.
Please check out the University of Bradford programme page for more information on this amazing new degree programme.