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Next Generation High-Speed Fluorescence Microscopy in the Wolfson Imaging Facility

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
To better understand diseases and to develop new treatment options, we need to understand very fast biological processes occurring from the whole cell down to the single-molecule level. Read more

Analysis of Magnetically Susceptible Nanoparticles via confocal and fluorescence spectroscopy

  Research Group: Chemistry and Biosciences
A project is requested for a student to design a device capable of studying medically targeted nanoparticles (with potential applications in cancer therapy) under both microscopic and fluorescence devices. Read more

PhD study in Biochemistry, Biophysics, Molecular Biology, and Biotechnology

The PhD programme lasts for 8 semesters and the number of ECTS credits assigned to the programme is at least 40. The programme offers courses developing professional and didactic skills as well as general knowledge. Read more

Photosensitisation of silicon using molecular layers

Background. Currently silicon solar cells are used in approximately 90% of the world photovoltaic (PV) production with the highly crystalline material used to constitute a significant cost of the final PV module price. Read more

Toward a quantum leap in optical sensing: developing a novel optical sensor with fluorophores on DNA origami

Quantum sensing is a quantum technology that utilises a quantum mechanical system, quantum properties or quantum phenomena for measuring a physical quantity with unprecedented sensitivity, which cannot be achievable by the performance of any classical strategy in sensor technology. Read more

Luminescent Liquid Crystals

Background. Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) represent a highly competitive, flat-panel display technology that is increasingly penetrating the market once dominated by liquid crystal displays. Read more
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Rapid Functional and Mechanical Characterisation of Neutrophil-Bacteria Interactions

Rising antimicrobial resistance (AMR) represents a major global threat to agriculture and health. The lack of emerging antibiotic solutions has enhanced interest in exploiting endogenous antimicrobial functions to provide effective alternatives to antibiotics. Read more

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