Researchers from the School of Life Sciences lead and contribute to a number of University Research Centres:
WAMIC promotes interdisciplinary approaches to spark innovation tackling antimicrobial resistance (AMR) across the life and physical sciences, mathematical and social science interfaces.
The Crop Centre is an internationally recognised centre for strategic and applied research focusing on sustainable agriculture, horticulture and food security. Research expertise includes: crop breeding, plant pathology, entomology, agronomy, crop nutrition and environmental research.
WCIBB is an internationally leading research centre in biotechnology providing opportunities to large and small businesses through a unique collection of expertise across the full range of industrial biotechnology areas, from plant science and genetics, through biochemistry and fermentation, to product synthesis and manufacturing.
WESIC connects researchers from across Warwick University faculties to find solutions to global challenges, including climate change, sustainability and environmental pollution. Our expertise spans the Life and Environmental Sciences, Technology, Engineering, Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts.
WISB is a BBSRC/EPSRC-funded (£12m) UK centre that delivers an integrated, internationally leading programme of research, innovation and training for synthetic biology. Synthetic biology is an exciting area of multidisciplinary science that enables us to engineer new technology, processes and products that are of benefit to human/animal health, the environment and food security.
Zeeman Institute for Systems Biology & Infectious Disease Epidemiology Research (SBIDER)
SBIDER specialises in bringing sophisticated mathematics to challenges in biological sciences. Research spans from the theoretical to practical policy advice, and from the genome to the population. We are a team of around 20 staff from across campus with individuals based in Maths, Stats, Computer Science, Life Sciences and Medicine. At the core of our research is a desire to better understand and predict the biological world, often with the ultimate goal of controlling disease.