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Pushing the Resolution Limits of High-Speed Atomic Force Microscopy

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
Understanding the structural dynamics of complex molecules is vital to advancing our knowledge of materials, medicine and diseases, yet there are few techniques which can capture motions at high enough speeds or resolution to understand the underlying behaviour. Read more

Mapping the nanoscale organisation of cellular proteins across complex topographies

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
Super-resolution fluorescence microscopy techniques make it possible to visualise nanoscale structures in cells, by going beyond the capabilities of conventional microscopy. Read more

BBSRC White Rose DTP i CASE Studentship- Community metaproteomics to establish functional responses within the oral microbiome

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join two vibrant interdisciplinary research groups within the University of Sheffield, crossing the Faculties of Medicine, Dentistry and Health as well as the Faculty of Engineering, and in partnership with global healthcare company, GSK. Read more

The orchestration of collective movement in groups of bacteria

  Research Group: Biological Physics
About the Project. Summary. Flocks of starlings and schools of fish are widely known to produce spectacular patterns of collective movement. Read more

Controlling the microbial generation of nitrous oxide in wastewater treatment; a pathway to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

The wastewater treatment (WWT) process is arguably the most important biotechnological application in the modern world. Each day, large volumes of influent wastewater are processed in municipal WWT plants so that safe effluent is returned to the water cycle. Read more

Developing a high-speed fluorescence imaging flow cytometer

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
Flow cytometry is routinely used as a high-throughput method for characterising and screening cells in biology and medicine. This ranges from identification of suitable drug treatments for patients diagnosed with cancer to biophysical studies of cells with rare (1 in a million) structures or protein expression profiles. Read more

New chemical and microscopy tools targeting the complement system in neuroinflammation

This BBSRC studentship provides a rare opportunity to work across disciplines - combining medicine, chemistry and physics – to generate new insight into debilitating neurodegenerative disease, potentially benefitting millions of patients worldwide. Read more

Mapping the conformational signalling landscape of G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs)

As a research group we are interested in the role that G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) play in cellular signalling. We aim at understanding how these membrane embedded receptors function and what external factors influence their behaviour as sensors of the cell. Read more

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