If you listen hard enough you’ll be able to hear the tappity, tap, tap of keys as we’re busily preparing content for launch of the new BPS sister site in Spring 2012.
But while you’re waiting there’s still lots to see. You might want to check out one of our events: The Science of Chocolate
Professor Clive Page, Dr Mark Miodownik, Dr Andrea Sella and master chocolatier Keith Hurdman presented 'Science of Chocolate' to a packed venue at the 2010 Cheltenham Science Festival.
We’ve just released our new leaflets:
One answers the question: How Do Drugs Work?
The other is all about what kind of job you can get using pharmacology: Careers in Pharmacology
The website will cater to:
Anyone who wants to know more about drugs, medicines and how they are made and affect your body.
There will also be content for specialised groups:
School students considering studying pharmacology at university
Teachers using our experiments to explain how drugs work and are made.
University students looking for careers involving pharmacology
Pharmacology students can get access to resources that will help them with their studies.
Examples of best teaching practise for pharmacology lecturers.
Pharmacological principles you might be a little rusty on!