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Chemical Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 313 Chemical Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 313 Chemical Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

Microbial colour using textile fibre waste

Many microbes produce colour pigments due to secondary metabolites depending on the energy sources and surrounding environment. Examples include red colour produced by Penicillium miniolutem in Sabouraud broth, Rhizopus sp. Read more

Doctoral College Scholarships 21/22

 . De Montfort University is providing fully-funded PhD scholarships in certain targeted interdisciplinary project areas. The scholarships commence as of 1 October 2021. Read more

PhD Candidate in Chemistry, Mass Spectrometry, Fundamentals of Pesticides/herbicides Sydney Australia

Predicting the molecular structure and interactions of globally significant pesticides. We are reliant on pesticides to meet the global demand for food staples to sustain our lives and health. Read more

PhD Candidate in Chemistry, Mass Spectrometry, Supramolecular Chemistry, Sydney Australia

The PhD project “Deconstructing molecular self-assembly by advanced mass spectrometry” with research leader Dr. Nicole J. Rijs based at School of Chemistry, UNSW Sydney, Australia, Kensington Campus. Read more

Pulses for health and environment: Fava bean processing, molecular identification and analysis

Protein sources are mainly animal origin as well as relatively low protein-containing plant origin (soya bean, lentils, rice). Due to the diverse impact on the environment and public health from animal-sourced protein, the plant-based protein demand is increasing in the last decade. Read more

Mass spectrometry analysis of eIF2B bodies during stress and disease

One of the biggest challenges for cells is responding to their ever-changing environment. Cells overcome stress by activating stress-responsive signalling pathways such as the ‘integrated stress response’ (ISR). Read more

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