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Please read the submission guidelines on the SUBMISSION PAGE before submitting your manuscript!!

Bioscience Horizons is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal publishing outstanding undergraduate and master’s research in the field of biosciences. 
The journal produces insightful and original research articles that disseminate bioscience awareness to the general public and contribute to scientific progress. Our submissions come from all around the world.

Bioscience Horizons was established in 2008, and published by a consortium of UK universities (Nottingham, Leeds, Reading, Bath, Birmingham and Chester) in partnership with Oxford University Press. In 2014, the journal went international, attracting submissions from universities all over the world. In 2008, Bioscience Horizons received an award for publishing innovation and received a Highly Commended certificate from the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers. Bioscience Horizons ceased publication under Oxford University Press at the end of 2018.


From January 2020, the journal was taken up by University College London in association with UCLpress and the administration handed over to UCL students supervised by the academics part of the consortium. UCL aims to develop Bioscience Horizons’ vision thus remaining faithful to its fundamental principles.
Bioscience Horizons is kindly funded by the UCL Division of Biosciences. 

The International Journal of Student Research
Phytochemical screening and in vitro antimicrobial activities of Mimosa invisa Mart. leaves and stems

Henry C Chukwudi

11 Jun 2019

Illuminating the secrets of crystals: microcrystal electron diffraction in structural biology

Rob Barringer

6 Feb 2019

The effect of rainfall upon the behaviour and use of under-road culverts in four amphibian species

Timothy Gleeson

28 Apr 2019

Biophysical screening in fragment-based drug design: a brief overview

Jacob Robson-Tull

6 Feb 2019

Firewood usage and indoor air pollution from traditional cooking fires in Gazi Bay, Kenya

Julia Jung

6 Feb 2019

Manganese toxicity and effects on polarized hepatocytes

Luke Tillman

31 Jan 2019

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