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  Robot chemists for organic synthesis
  Prof A I Cooper
Application Deadline: 30 June 2019
This position will remain open until a suitable candidate has been found. Description. Organic synthesis underpins multiple areas in society, from the production of drugs to the design of new functional polymers and other materials.
  Selective Activation of Carbon Dioxide For Organic Synthesis
  Dr B Buckley
Application Deadline: 28 May 2019
The Buckley group has embarked on a programme of research directed at carbon dioxide utilisation (CDU) and has reported initial efforts in the area.
  Ynone trifluoroborate salts: Versatile reagents for organic synthesis
  Prof JPA Harrity
Applications accepted all year round
We have recently developed a new class of functionality rich intermediates based on ynone trifluoroborate salts. These compounds can be elaborated in multiple ways e.g.
  Organic Synthesis in Water - using an aqueous system to synthesise naturally occurring alkenes
  Dr J Hadfield
Applications accepted all year round
The formation of alkenes using the Wittig reaction is normally carried out in polar aprotic solvents using a base that reacts with water.
  Direct Deoxygenation of Alcohols Using Aryl Boronic Acid Catalysis
  Dr J Taylor
Application Deadline: 16 December 2018
A PhD position is available to work with Dr James Taylor at the University of Bath on the development of new catalytic processes for the direct deoxygenation of alcohols.
  New Sustainable Methods in Remanufacturing Thermoset Polymers to Inherently Safe Materials (RDF19/HLS/AS/UNTHANK)
  Dr M Unthank
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Our group at Northumbria University in Newcastle are committed to developing new macromolecules, polymers and chemical processes, and implementing these to solve real-life problems that impact the environment and world we live in.
  PhD Studentship – Synthetic Organic Approaches for Covalent Inhibition of Protein-Protein Interactions
  Dr S Thompson
Applications accepted all year round
Position available immediately. We are looking for an enthusiastic and well-organized student with an interest in applying the full range of synthetic organic chemistry methods to design and construct conformationally well-defined molecules (foldamers) that covalently recognise key elements of protein surfaces.
  Synthetic Organic Approaches for Covalent Inhibition of Protein-Protein
  Dr S Thompson
Applications accepted all year round
We are looking for an enthusiastic and well-organized student with an interest in applying the full range of synthetic organic chemistry methods to design and construct conformationally well-defined molecules (foldamers) that covalently recognise key elements of protein surfaces.
  Synthesis and evaluation of water-soluble macrocycles for the recognition, differentiation and sensing of methyllysines
  Dr T Gruber
Applications accepted all year round
Fee Waiver Scholarships for MSc by Research. The outcome of this project will deliver synthetic receptors (‘artificial antibodies’) to directly quantify so-called post-translational modifications (PTMs), i.e.
  Tracking bacterial porin switching
  Dr G Wagner, Dr S Barry
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is one of the major healthcare challenges of the 21st century. It has been estimated that AMR will lead to >10 million deaths per year and >100 trillion USD in lost economic output by 2050, if no immediate action is taken [1].
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