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Latest King’s College London PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 10 Latest King’s College London PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Synthesis and application of modified nucleic acids in prebiotic chemistry and molecular biology

Building on recent work that prebiological (‘before biology’) reaction pathways efficiently produce a range RNA, peptide, and coenzyme precursors under simulated early Earth conditions[1-3], we want to investigate the conventional and prebiotic chemical synthesis of modified ribonucleotides with potential catalytic functions. Read more

Electrochemical investigations of common main-group reducing agents

Over the past decade the field of main-group chemistry has exploded. This has been driven by a general trend to develop compounds and processes that are more cost-effective and environmentally benign. Read more

Exploring new reactivity in low-oxidation state main-group chemistry

Main-group chemistry has seen a rapid rise in popularity in recent years; from the synthesis of chemical curiosities that are impossibly stable, to the use of main-group complexes in catalysis, bond activation and materials applications. Read more

EPSRC DTP studentship: Improving cancer imaging with total-body-PET kinetic modelling and AI

As survival rates for complex metastatic cancer rise, there is increasing demand to measure multiple functional biomarkers of tumour heterogeneity and treatment response throughout the entire body. Read more

Defining direct effects of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors at islets to improve glucose homeostasis

This PhD project will investigate the effects of clinically used SSRIs on improving β-cell function and maintaining normoglycaemia in mice, and identify the molecular mechanisms by which SSRIs act. . Read more

Finite Element Modeling of Breeding Blanket Mechanical Performance for Fusion

Applications are invited for a studentship in the area of Finite Element modelling of Nuclear Materials under Extreme Thermomechanical Loads, leading to the award of a PhD degree, with a desired start in September 2024. Read more
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