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Promoting cancer cell’s antigen presentation for serving as better targets for T cell immunotherapy

Commercial partner: . Oxford Vacmedix UK Ltd (OVM). , Oxford. Cytotoxic T cells (CTLs), which kill tumour cells upon recognition of antigenic peptides presented by the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) on the cell surface, are the goal of precision medicine including immunotherapies. Read more

Study cytosine methylation in RNA

Commercial partner: . Exact Sciences Innovation. , Oxford. Cellular RNA is decorated with diverse chemical modifications, which participate in all aspects of RNA biology. Read more

Overcoming antimicrobial resistance to tetracycline antibiotics

Commercial partner: . Ineos / Ineos Oxford `Institute for Antimicrobial Resistance (IOI). , Oxford. Tetracycline type antibacterials are a mainstay of modern medicine and are also widely used in farming. Read more

Assessing risks of resistance to novel antimicrobials targeting Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Commercial partner: . Bactobio Ltd. , London. Antibiotic resistance has emerged as an important threat to human health, and there is a clear need to develop new drugs that are active against multi-drug resistant bacterial pathogens. Read more

In silico characterisation of portal proteins for application as biosensors

Commercial partner: . Oxford Nanopore Technologies. , Oxford. Introduction: Next generation DNA sequencing via nanopores pioneered by Oxford Nanopore Technologies uses an engineered version of the E. Read more

Research Assistant (PhD) in Subcellular imaging Tools Development

KaHo Leung Group. at. Clarkson University. is an interdisciplinary research team. Using the principles and techniques of Nanotechnology, Chemical Biology and Bioanalytical Chemistry, we develop nanodevices to image specific cellular organelles and elucidate their biological function. Read more

Nano2H2: Nano-electrocatalysts for sustainable hydrogen production from bio-resources

Highly motivated individual with a first class or high second-class honours degree/ masters in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science/engineering or a related discipline is required to work in the project entitled Nano2H. Read more

Optimisation of bioresources, technologies and markets for bioplastics

Be a part of advancing our transition to a ‘greener’ plastic future. The Australian Research Council (ARC) Training Centre for Bioplastics and Biocomposites is offering generous PhD scholarships with 12-month industry placements. Read more

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