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  Bioanalysis and Tagging using Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering and Metallic Nanoparticles
  Prof D Graham, Prof K Faulds
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Surface enhanced Raman scattering is an extremely sensitive and selective technique that is rapidly emerging as an effective method for ultrasensitive analysis.
  Magnetic hyperthemia for cancer treatment: synthesis, biofunctionalisation of nanoparticles for thermo-chemotherapy
  Prof N T K Thanh
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Functional magnetic nanoparticles for cancer treatment. Supervisor. Prof Nguyen TK Thanh. [email protected]; http:/www.ntk-thanh.ac.uk.
  Bioinspired worm-like nanoparticles for the delivery of anti-cancer stem cell agents
  Dr K Suntharalingam, Dr R Britton
Application Deadline: 21 November 2019

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Cancer relapse and metastasis, the leading cause of cancer-associated deaths, is strongly linked to the existence of cancer stem cells (CSCs), a small sub-population of cancer cells defined by their ability to self-renew, differentiate, and form secondary tumours.
  Nanoparticles in drug delivery
  Dr G Stenbeck, Dr U Kishore
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Nanoparticles (NPs) are materials with overall dimensions in the nano scale range (5nm-100nm). Due to their unique physicochemical properties, they have found a wide range of applications and are currently explored as drug and gene delivery vehicles.
  Development of magnetic nanoparticles for in vivo tissue regeneration
  Dr D Ungar, Dr P G Genever
Application Deadline: 30 June 2020

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The regeneration of injured tissues can best be achieved through the action of appropriate stem cells that proliferate and differentiate to heal the injury.
  Cracking down bacterial infection in bone by new photo-responsive nanoparticles
  Dr K Yeung
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Bio-metals have been extensively used in orthopaedic implantations. However, bacterial infection and unsatisfactory integration at the bone-implant interface remain major post-operative complications.
  Designing novel composite polysaccharide nanoparticles for combined diagnosis and treatment of cancers
  Dr E Barbu, Dr A Lalatsa
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Cancer continues to impose a vast burden with regard to financial costs as well as human suffering but the progress in its treatment is hindered by the limited selectivity and significant side-effects that the current chemotherapy demonstrates, representing a major challenge for modern drug delivery.
  Electron Microscopy of Nanoparticle-Based Systems using Cryogenic and Volume Approaches
  Dr N Hondow
Application Deadline: 31 October 2019

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In order for engineered nanoparticles to be successfully applied in the real world, detailed and representative characterisation is first required.
  Chemical cocktails: understanding the combined effects of nanoparticles and pharmaceutical on microbial species and populations.
  Dr I Lynch
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Given that pharmaceuticals and nanomaterials (NMs) used in consumer products such as sunscreens and cosmetics have the same discharge pathways (i.e.
  Investigation into Plasmonic Metallic Nanoparticles for Bioassays
  Prof D Graham, Prof K Faulds
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The area of in vitro diagnostic (IVD) testing has seen substantial growth over the last ten years. This project will develop a new type of magnetic bead which will have inherently much greater sensitivity than currently used methods.
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