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(MRC DTP) Individual exposure to airborne exposures assessed by using personal monitoring devices

Exposure to air pollutants have been shown to adversely affect birth outcomes and determimental to children’s health, However, further work is required to better characterise individual exposures and critical time windows of exposure so as to improve our knowledge on the associatons between these exposures and ill-health. Read more

Redefining the metabolism of nitrogen cycling microbes using Dual Stable Isotope Probing (LEHTOVIRTA_UBIO22ARIES)

Primary Supervisor - Dr Laura Lehtovitra-Morley. Secondary Supervisor - Professor Matt Hutchings (John Innes Centre). Supervisory Team - Professor Colin Murrell (University of East Anglia, School of Environmental Sciences). Read more

Organic and Supramolecular Chemistry - Smart Artificial Cells for Remediation of Environmental Pollutants

We are looking for PhD candidates interested in organic synthesis, supramolecular self-assembly and sensing applications. This project will investigate the dynamic self-assembly of amphiphiles to create liposomes that are able to accomplish sensing and degradation tasks. Read more

Understanding and Engineering a Natural Herbicide from Cyanobacteria (TRUMAN_J22CASE)

Bacteria have an incredible capacity to produce natural products with exquisite bioactivities, which makes these compounds excellent candidates as medicines and agrochemicals. Read more

Evolution and engineering of non-ribosomal peptide synthetases (WILKINSON_J22DTP1)

The discovery & development of penicillin sparked ‘The Golden Age of Antibiotics’ which spanned the 1940’s to 1960’s when most major classes of antibiotics were discovered. Read more

Engineering enhanced vitamin synthesis in bacteria (WARRENM_Q22CASE)

This project aims to apply synthetic biology and metabolic engineering strategies to one of the most complex biochemical pathways found in nature in order to address a current need for a cheaper and more reliable source of vitamin B12, the so-called anti-pernicious anaemia factor. Read more

Molecular structuring of foods to feed the gut microbiome (WARRENF_Q22CASE)

Developing the latest generation of foods requires detailed structural and chemical insights into the molecular scale structuring within a food, as well as the application of novel processing methods. Read more

Can we use bacteriocins to improve gut health? (NARBAD_Q22DTP1)

Many bacteria produce antimicrobial compounds to help them compete in mixed communities. Antimicrobial peptides called bacteriocins from food and dairy strains have already been exploited successfully to prevent food poisoning or mastitis. Read more

Discovery of novel pharmaceuticals from marine and desert microorganisms

Microorganisms from extreme environments such as the deep seas, cold seas and hyper arid deserts have been shown to produce a range of complex natural products with high biological activity. Read more

Genome mining of novel antimicrobial and antiviral natural products from new bacterial strains

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is rising to dangerously high levels in all parts of the world. In Europe alone, drug-resistant bacteria are estimated to cause 25,000 deaths annually and cost more than US$1.5 billion every year in healthcare expenses and productivity losses. Read more

Chemo-enzymatic Synthesis and Potential Applications of Novel antimicrobial peptides

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is rising to dangerously high levels in all parts of the world. In Europe alone, drug-resistant bacteria are estimated to cause 25,000 deaths annually and cost more than US$1.5 billion every year in healthcare expenses and productivity losses. Read more

Characterisation of Nanoporous Materials Using Adsorption at Cryogenic Conditions

Adsorption measurements at cryogenic conditions are widely used to characterize the textural properties of nanoporous materials. This is based on measuring adsorption equilibrium isotherms using probe molecules, such as argon or nitrogen and it is a general tool applicable to rigid and soft materials. Read more

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