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      The School of Biological Sciences comprises two main research groups: Ecology, Evolution, Behaviour and Environmental Economics (which includes Quercus) and Molecular Biosciences. In addition, the School houses the Institute for Global Food Security, the Gibson Institute and the Queen's University Marine Laboratory in Portaferry. Hence, the education and research programmes supported by the School are among the most diverse in the University, with emphasis on biosciences at molecular to ecosystem levels.

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      Medical Biology Centre
      BT9 7BL
      United Kingdom
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        Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1432-1955

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        Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1095-8282

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        Scopus rating (2016): SJR 1.201 SNIP 1.092


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