Taylor’s School of Biosciences aims to provide a stimulating and supportive learning environment for our students through extended learning experiences locally and abroad, and ensure our students have access to top-notch teaching and research facilities to learn, teach and conduct groundbreaking research in biosciences.
With our strategic links with industry members and professional bodies, we also foster strong platforms for research commercialisation, industrial attachment opportunities as well as sharing of best practices, ensuring that our programmes remain up-to-date and relevant to the latest needs of the industry.
Extending learning experiences with frequent field visits and networking with industry through international conferences.
Strategic links with industry members and professional bodies foster strong platforms for research commercialisation, industrial attachment opportunities.
We ensure our students and faculty members have access to up-to-date equipment that inspires them to learn, teach and conduct groundbreaking research in biosciences.
A one-year programme that prepares students with practical skills through our well-equipped science laboratories and online learning experiences and tools.
Gain in-depth understanding into the science of food processing, food texture, flavor, nutritional composition, sensory and food safety for the development of nutritious food products.
Get exposed to the latest technological advances in the fields of medicine, health sciences and biomedical science research.
Get comprehensive training in scientific principles and knowledge, bioinformation technologies and laboratory techniques in research and development.
The programme provides opportunities to experience the research process first-hand and to instill the passion for discovery in various research areas.
Explore extensive research areas including infectious diseases and environmental research that address pertinent issues in human health and sustainability.
Taylor's University offers our students with wide options of overseas transfer to meet their unique learning profiles.
Find out how Dr. Yap uses virtual labs in her programme to better prepare students’ technical and conceptual skills in cell culture handling and ultimately encourage a more collaborative learning environment.
Our research into seaweed produced one of the most innovative & commercial-ready products which provides a healthy alternative to your lifestyle.
Taylor's University offers our students with customisable education pathway to meet their unique learning profiles.
Student will able to get exclusive and personalised learning experiences as they progress in their education toward graduation.
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This facility allows students to learn the biological processes at the molecular level such as translation and transcription that affects cells.
This facility houses the biohazard laminar flow, incubator for the maintenance of human cell lines and advanced microscopy equipment for imaging of cell morphology.
Sensory Laboratory is furnished with a preparation area, cooking facilities and an evaluation area with 5 individual booths equipped with web-based sensory and consumer research software.
This laboratory supports research in food safety, infectious diseases and drug discovery and is equipped to identify unknown microorganisms through various microbiological assays
This facility allows the investigation of food chemistry and physical property such as measurement of moisture, refractive index, texture, viscosity, rheology and caloric content.
The facility provides routine chemical and biological sample analysis utilising a variety of sample introduction, separation, and ionisation techniques.
This facility provides practical application of the theoretical concepts acquired, at the pilot plant scale covering beverage, bakery and meat processing lines.
This clean culture room allows one to carry out plant in vitro related work such as micropropagation, organogenesis, callus and protoplast related work as well as somatic embryogenesis. These allows development of skills and opportunities to establish clone lines, extract secondary metabolite and transformation work.
Important Note: The details on this page are as released (serve as a guide only) and are subject to change. Students must regularly refer to their schools to get the latest updates.
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