How sustainable is the bioeconomy? A natural capital approach
Dr J C Stout
11 January 2019
We are seeking applicants with Bachelors/Masters degree (2.1 or higher) in natural/environmental science, natural resource management, or similar, preferably with knowledge and experience in ecosystem services, natural capital, bioeconomy, and/or life cycle analysis to do a PhD on “Integrating natural capital into Bioeconomic industrial applications”.
Discovery of ubiquitin-conjugation enzyme inhibitors from marine natural products.
Institute of Quantitative Biology, Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Prof M Auer, Dr N Carragher
13 December 2018
Ubiquitination is a key biochemical event which regulates most cell processes. Proteins are modified with ubiquitin, or ubiquitinated, through a series of reactions involving the E1, E2 and E3 enzymes.