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Faculty of Biological Sciences

The Faculty of Biological Sciences offers courses in biology and environmental protection in the Institutes of Zoology, Plant Biology, Genetics and Microbiology, Anthropology, Environmental Protection Study and Nature Study. A 200-year-old Botanical Garden and the Museum of Natural History are part of the Faculty. The Faculty employs 131 academics including 37 professors and doctors with habilitation. There are over 1300 students and 69 PhD students.

Areas of study: 
  • Biology
  • Environmental Protection
Research: 

Areas of expertise include:

  • Prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms
  • Fauna and flora in Poland and the region of Lower Silesia
  • Ecology and protection of the natural environment
  • Classical and molecular genetics and cell biology
Facilities: 

lecture halls with modern audiovisual equipment, laboratories