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Does chromosomal fragmentation cause premature ageing?

About the Project. The Babraham Research Campus (BRC) is pleased to announce that it has available a number of studentships from its BBSRC Collaborative Training Partnership (CTP) Award to start in October 2023. Read more

Identification of phosphatases that inactivate the endoplasmic reticulum stress sensor Ire1

A self-funded PhD studentship is available in the group of Dr. Martin Schröder in the Department of Biosciences at Durham University to study stress signalling mechanisms originating from the endoplasmic reticulum. Read more
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How does defective DNA replication contribute to ageing?

About the Project. The Babraham Institute is a world-leader in fundamental biological research investigating the systems that underpin development and healthy ageing. Read more

Investigating cellular strategies for decision-making

  Research Group: Institute of Quantitative Biology, Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Understanding cellular decision-making is a fundamental challenge, and insights from model organisms are important for developing a framework for humans. Read more

EASTBIO Understanding a core cellular task: how cells maintain intracellular pH in alkaline stress

  Research Group: Institute of Cell Biology
If the environment become alkaline, some pathogenic fungi undergo a change in shape that is a prelude to becoming virulent, but even in budding yeast – perhaps the most studied eukaryotic cell – we do not understand how cells survive the stress caused by alkalinity. Read more

Investigating novel Arabidopsis recombination mutants

  Research Group: Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP)
Meiosis is a specialised cell division during sexual reproduction that is essential for fertility. It reduces chromosome numbers by half, so that haploid gametes are restored to normal ploidy levels upon fertilisation. Read more

Investigating novel Arabidopsis recombination mutants

Meiosis is a specialised cell division during sexual reproduction that is essential for fertility. It reduces chromosome numbers by half, so that haploid gametes are restored to normal ploidy levels upon fertilisation. Read more

How to build next-generation regulatory devices to control the production of biotherapeutics

  Research Group: Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP)
Introduction. Bioscientists are progressively learning how to engineer biological systems like cells and regulatory circuits in ways that give rise to predictable outcomes. Read more

Eukaryotic cell polarity regulation and its regulation by stress

  Research Group: Institute of Cell Biology
Cell architecture and organisation depends on spatial cues and landmarks, which can be both internal and external. Upon stress, cell organisation often changes in a coordinated way, either to produce changes in cell shape or to provide homeostasis at the whole-cell level. Read more

EASTBIO: How do human fungal pathogens remodel their genome to acquire drug resistance?

  Research Group: Infection Medicine
Deanery of Biomedical Sciences. Fungal pathogens are a huge burden on human health, killing almost 2 million people every year. With only 3 classes of anti-fungal drugs available and a sharp increase in resistance seen in clinics, there is an urgent need for developing novel strategies against antifungal resistance. Read more

How RNA-binding proteins control fungal growth: an interdisciplinary data-rich approach

  Research Group: Institute of Cell Biology
Fungi control their growth to thrive in varied environments. Fungal pathogens are a major worldwide health burden, killing more people each year than malaria or tuberculosis. Read more

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