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Mapping, Trapping and Reprogramming Protein-Protein Interactions in Fungal Megasynthases

This project is available through the MIBTP programme. The successful applicant will join the MIBTP cohort and will take part in all of the training offered by the programme. For further details. Read more

Harnessing promiscuous DNA-modification dependent enzymes used in phage defence

Training Opportunity. This project will appeal to a motivated student who wants experience and training in both an academic setting, and in the world-class research labs of a leading biotechnology company. Read more

Simulation-led investigation and engineering of enzymes involved in abyssomicin antibiotic biosynthesis

Enzymes are remarkable biocatalysts that allow rapid, selective and efficient catalysis under mild conditions. Biotechnology exploits the outstanding rate-enhancing properties of these natural biocatalysts to manufacture high added-value products. Read more

(BBSRC DTP CASE) Towards a photocatalytic carboxylase

Illumination is able to unlock a wide range of photochemical reactions, but light is rarely used by living organisms. In fact, to date only three light dependent enzymes have been described in detail. Read more

Department of Biochemistry: 3- and 4-year PhD/DPhil Studentships

The Department of Biochemistry conducts interdisciplinary research applying cutting-edge techniques in bionanotechnology, biophysics, computational biology… Read more

EASTBIO Expanding the chemistry of non-heme enzymes

Chemical synthesis is widely viewed as being unsustainable. Whilst this is an oversimplification, in many cases chemical production still relies on petrochemicals, rare metals and high energy consumption to make the products we need for modern life. Read more

(BBSRC DTP) Omics approaches to study Receptor Tyrosine Kinase functional selectivity in complex environment

The outside environment influences cells’ decision of whether to proliferate or move through the activation of Receptor Tyrosine Kinase (RTK) signalling downstream of growth factors. How different growth factors binding to the same RTK generates specific long-term outputs - known as functional selectivity1 - is unknown. Read more

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