The Faculty of Experimental Sciences has substantial experience teaching biochemistry, environmental science, and statistics. Currently, it offers new undergraduate programs in biotechnology and environmental science, in addition to various master’s programs related to these areas. Faculty members from 20 areas of knowledge are involved in undergraduate instruction, and they conduct research in primary science disciplines that include applied mathematics, biochemistry, botany, chemistry, computer science, ecology, genetics, geology, operations research, physics, soil science, statistics, toxicology, zoology, and other related topics.
This university unit offers a wide range of facilities aimed at the personal and professional training of its students, improving their skills and preparing them for careers in environmental and biotechnological fields. Teaching and research opportunities are closely linked to the high quality scientific production by its investigators who comprise a part of its teaching staff. Their research activities cover a wide spectrum, from the resolution of basic scientific issues to applied research, including technology transfer.