Skip to 0 minutes and 7 secondsKEVIN GLASGOW: Have you ever wondered what it's like to study the fundamental building blocks of life, from the tiniest components that you couldn't even see under a normal microscope, to the opposite extreme, organisms so large that even getting close enough to them can be a challenge in itself? In the two weeks of this course, we're hoping to explore what it means to be a life scientist-- to study life itself, and to talk about where that study can take you. We'll speak to people working a wide range of careers, from a geneticist helping to diagnose complex conditions that have eluded scientists for decades, to a zoologist who is returning from field work in Tanzania.
Skip to 0 minutes and 41 secondsWhether you're fascinated by life at the bottom of the ocean, or under the most extreme conditions that the human body can tolerate, whether human anatomy, or parasite survival is what captivates your interest, join us on this exciting journey. Glasgow University is an ideal place to begin this journey, due to its record in the area of life sciences. Here, world class research is intertwined with teaching excellence to give students the best possible learning environment. We hope that by the end of this course, you'll be as excited about the wonders of life as we are. And we'll have a better idea of how to follow a path of discovery in the life sciences.
Skip to 1 minute and 14 secondsJoin us as we ask, 'So you want to study life science'?