Master of
Research in
Experimental Sciences

A full-time one-year programme of research experience that will mark out your career


The Master of Multidisciplinary Research in Experimental Sciences, run by the Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST), is a full-time one-year programme with highly flexible and personalised hands-on research training in a multidisciplinary research environment.

You will spend two thirds of the programme working in the labs of top research centres, under the supervision of the most outstanding international researchers in their scientific disciplines.

The MMRES is run by the BIST Dolors Aleu Graduate Centre, affiliated to the Pompeu Fabra University.

Register for the MMRES 2023/2024 info-session

Would you like to learn more about the Master of Multisiciplinary Research in Experimental Sciences (MMRES)? Register for the info-sessions that will be held online on January 31 (4pm – 5pm). In this info-session you will have the opportunity to meet the MMRES coordinators and learn first-hand experiences from some master’s alumni. If you want further information about the master’s academic programme, available fellowships, and how your research

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Five completed editions of the BIST Master “MMRES”

BIST celebrates the graduation of the fifth class of the Master of Multidisciplinary Research in Experimental Sciences and welcomes the 2022/2023 class students In a ceremony that took place at La Pedrera Auditorium yesterday, BIST celebrated the graduation of the 2021/2022 class of the Master of Multidisciplinary Research in Experimental Sciences (MMRES), the fifth promotion since the Master Programme was launched back in September 2017. The

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BIST Community

Become a MMRES student and join the vibrant BIST Community, made up of 2,500 brilliant professionals and researchers. You will participate in activities and events organised by BIST and its seven centres and meet group leaders, postdoctoral researchers, and PhD students from BIST Community and other top national and international research centres, learning about and benefiting from their experience.