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Synthetic transition metal catalysts for the treatment of cancer

Working the interfaces of chemical catalysis, analytical chemistry, cellular biology, pharmacology and medicine, this project provides unique interdisciplinary training in the skills required for the development of a pre-clinical metal-based therapy. Read more

SCENARIO: Impacts of microplastics on bioavailability of heavy metals in soil (SC2023_26)

Microplastic pollution is a global problem. Although most research on microplastics focuses on their importance as pollutants in the marine environment, it has been estimated that the amount found in soils is actually 4 to 23 higher the oceans. Read more

Domestic combustion as a source of air pollution

In developed countries, it has been estimated that (pre-Covid) we spend more than 90% of our time indoors, much of this at home. Despite this fact, most of the regulation and research around air quality and consequent health effects has been on the outdoor environment or on occupational exposure in the workplace. Read more

Impact of metal-based anticancer therapies on endogenous metal ion homeostasis

Metals are essential to life. Unlike organic biomolecules, metals cannot be synthesised or degraded in cells, and so the strict regulation of metal homeostasis (for example modulation of influx/efflux, compartmentalisation, and speciation) is critical to achieve correct cellular function. Read more

Isolation and characterization of novel microbial natural products that activate autophagy

  Research Group: Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP)
Autophagy, which means ‘self-eating’, is an essential process that involves the degradation of cytoplasmic material. Cells use autophagy to generate materials and energy when conditions become unfavourable. Read more

Hyperpolarised portable NMR spectroscopy

Background. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a powerful analytical technique that has revolutionised the physical and biological sciences. Read more

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