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Inorganic Chemistry (synthetic biology) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Development of a new biomaterials platform by combining biomimetics with microfluidics
  Prof Bernd Rehm, Dr D Wibowo
Applications accepted all year round

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Synthetic biology enables engineering of bacterial cells to serve as cell factories for the assembly of novel material such as tailor-made biopolymers attached to protein functions which mediate deposition of inorganics such as found in tooth formation.
  Development of Optical Nanobiosensors for Opioids and Fentanyl-related Substances
  Dr O Adegoke, Prof N Nic Daeid
Applications accepted all year round

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Opioid use is currently on the increase and its abuse poses serious risks that affects the economic state of all societies worldwide as well as health and social wellbeing.
  Vanadium N-Heterocyclic carbenes: Towards new metal-based anti-cancer agents (LORDRU20SCIEC)
  Dr R Lord, Dr J Fielden
Application Deadline: 30 January 2020

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Platinum-based therapeutics dominate the clinical drug market for the treatment of cancer. And although these complexes have been crucial in the fight against cancer, they have some major drawbacks associated with their use.
  Understanding how (bio)molecular machines work
  Dr M Roessler
Applications accepted all year round

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Oxidation-reduction reactions underpin innumerable chemical reactions - and much of the chemistry of life. Our group investigates how oxidation-state changes govern respiration and photosynthesis and how nature has fine-tuned the redox properties of its many intricate molecular machines.
  (BBSRC DTP) Design and Evolution of Enzymes with Non-Canonical Catalytic Mechanisms
  Dr A Green, Prof M Greaney, Dr S Hay
Application Deadline: 31 January 2020

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The ability to rationally design an enzyme for any desired transformation would have major impacts across the pharmaceutical and wider chemical sectors, leading to more efficient and sustainable synthetic routes to high value chemicals.
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