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Inorganic Chemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Birmingham

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  Depolymerisation of real-world plastic waste
  Research Group: Plastics
  Prof A Dove, Prof S J Harrad
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
Plastics are an integral and important part of the global economy and will continue to be critical in addressing the ongoing demands of our society.
  Depolymerisation of real-world plastic waste
  Research Group: Plastics
  Prof A Dove, Prof S J Harrad
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
Plastics are an integral and important part of the global economy and will continue to be critical in addressing the ongoing demands of our society.
  De novo design of a new generation of catalysts based on rhodium coiled coils
  Dr A Peacock
Applications accepted all year round
This PhD project will generate a new class of miniature metalloenzymes based on rhodium coiled coils, which bring together the power of enzymatic catalysis, as provided by the coiled coil miniature protein-type scaffold, and small molecule rhodium catalysis.
  Investigating Potential Applications of Functional DNA-based Materials and Sensors
  Prof J Tucker
Applications accepted all year round
This PhD project falls into the areas of supramolecular chemistry, chemical biology and DNA nanotechnology and involves the preparation and study of DNA-based materials and sensors.
  Precious metals in the fight against cancer
  Dr I Romero-Canelon
Applications accepted all year round
Platinum-based complexes, Cisplatin, Oxaliplatin and Carboplatin, are the most widely used chemotherapeutics, nonetheless there is a major unmet clinical need for new treatments that expand the range of treatable cancers and overcome inherent and acquired platinum resistance.
  Chemical modulation of cellular redox balance for cancer treatment
  Dr I Romero-Canelon
Applications accepted all year round
Platinum complexes, cisplatin, oxaliplatin and carboplatin, are the most widely used anticancer drugs. However, these DNA-targeting treatments are a low selectivity approach with deleterious consequences and a high incidence of resistance.
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