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Metal-based DNA Hybrid Nanomaterials

We are currently recruiting a candidate to undertake fundamental studies in the design and intrinsic self-assembly of DNA in the presence of metals for next-generation sensors and drug delivery systems. Read more

In silico dynamic thermography on a human skin digital twin for the identification of new biomarkers in skin cancer detection

Project summary. Infrared thermography has demonstrated great potential in disease screening and detection, with applications in vascular disorder diagnostics, breast cancer detection, fever screening and dermatology. Read more

PhD opportunities with the Institute for Digital Technologies at Loughborough University London

The Institute for Digital Technologies offers research expertise and experience in a wide range of subject areas. Our academics are leading research in their field and are extremely well-networked with professionals in a range of industries and sectors. Read more

Development of the next-generation data science tools for longitudinal ageing data

For over three decades, the Health Retirement Study (HRS) and its sister studies in UK, Europe, and other countries/regions have amassed a large amount of longitudinal data on the trajectories of cognitive functioning and health status among middle-aged and older adults. Read more

Structure and function of Batten disease proteins

The neuronal ceroid lipofucscinoses are a group of inherited neurodegenerative disorders with primarily childhood onset. The most common form, also known as Batten disease or CLN3 disease, is caused by recessively inherited mutation in the CLN3 gene. Read more

Glycan-based prebiotic approaches

We are currently looking for a PhD candidate to join our dynamic and interdisciplinary team at the Institute for Glycomics, Griffith University Gold Coast campus. Read more

Single-Cell Lineage Mapping of Elite CAR-NK Cells

The advance of chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) technology has been a breakthrough in cancer immunotherapy. However, it is not clear in which subpopulation of immune cells the endowment of CAR will be most effective in treating cancer. Read more
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