We now know the order of the three billion letters of genetic code that make up the human genome. But what do they mean? By solving one question, we have created thousands of new ones. Biochemists seek to unravel the answers. Biochemistry is the study of the fundamental processes of life at the cellular level. It is, therefore, the most important and broadest of the life sciences, dealing with fascinating subjects such as cellular chemistry, as well as the Human Genome Project. As a Biochemistry degree student, you will gain extensive practical skills in our internationally renowned, research-oriented environment so you are prepared to work at the forefront of developments in this exciting field.