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Developing a methodology to optimize tree and vegetation growth for greenhouse gas removal on land associated with the UK railway infrastructure

The Climate Change Committee (CCC) has determined that in order for the UK to achieve Net Zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 that not only must all sectors of the UK’s economy decarbonize their activity but that in order compensate for residual emissions the UK must use as many land based greenhouse gas (GHG) removal (GGR) techniques as land area permits. Read more

Coordination between RNAPII transcription and DNA replication

RNA Pol II (RNAPII) transcription and DNA replication are the two essential-for-life processes that use as a substrate the DNA in our cells, allowing the¬¬m to express the content of their genetic information and to propagate these instructions to daughter cells. Read more

PhD candidate (m/f/d) in Computational Biology

We are offering a position, available immediately, as a. PhD candidate (m/f/d) in Computational Biology. About us. The Schirmer lab is part of the ZIEL - Institute for Food & Health at the Technical University of Munich and located in Freising-Weihenstephan. Read more

In silico glycosylation of AlphaFold protein structural models.

Background. The recent release of the AlphaFold Protein Structure Database by DeepMind and EMBL-EBI has made available to the scientific community highly accurate structural predictions for 20,000 human proteins and those from 20 other biologically relevant organisms. Read more

Machine learning methods for the human microbiome (QUINCE_E21EPSRC)

This project based in Dr Quince’s group at the Earlham Institute (. https://www.earlham.ac.uk/quince-group). will use machine learning to develop new computational methods for the integrated analysis of metagenomics and metabolomics data from the human microbiome. Read more

Kmer graph representation of pangenomes for rapid pathogen genomic sequence analysis

In order to improve our defenses against the rapid spread of high-risk strains of infectious diseases in the future, we must better leverage the large scale collection and processing of genomic data that is possible with today’s technologies. Read more

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