|Course Title||Wildlife Venoms and Human Health|
Poisonous and venomous animals are absolutely fascinating. Venom is made up of a variety of proteins and enzymes all which have different purposes. For example these animals may use venom or poison for simple body protection, defence or for immobilising and digesting prey. Whilst some venoms and poisons are toxic and deadly to humans, there are many others that can be used for human benefit in medicine. Join us on this short part time course to find out more about this specialised topic. No prior knowledge required.
The topics covered include:
Anyone with an interest in the subject.
Progression in your chosen area.
There are no entry requirements.
You will attend class once a week on 6pm – 9pm. Full attendance is essential.
Contact Lisa Clarke via email Lisa.Clarke@burycollege.ac.uk for more information.
Bury College Animal Care students enjoyed a celebration event which recognised their ongoing commitment at Pimhole Community Farm.
Bury College Animal Care students have completed a unique project with the Canal & River Trust, a charity which cares for the nation’s 2,000 miles of canals and rivers, which has provided learners with a rare opportunity to work on a Site of Special Scientific Interest.