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During their Research Projects undergraduates have access to the latest technology for electron and confocal laser scanning microscopy, transgenic studies, DNA analysis and proteomics, bioinformatics, remote sensing, ecological field sampling and computer modelling. The Ayala School of Biological Sciences collaborates with many other units on campus to help further research in important fields. Nobel Laureates in Chemistry, Physics, Literature, Peace, Medicine, and of course Economics.

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