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We have 14 Biotechnology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in Liverpool

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Biotechnology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in Liverpool

We have 14 Biotechnology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in Liverpool

mRNA nanoplexes as a precision medicine platforms for treatment of breast cancer

NTHU-UoL Dual PhD Programme between National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan and the University of Liverpool in the UK is a well-established programme, where students spending 2 years at both institutions. Read more

Knowledge-based Design of Dental Surfaces to combat Oral Biofilms

This 4-year BBSRC PhD studentship is a collaboration between University of Liverpool & Unilever R&D. Oral diseases are among the most common noncommunicable diseases worldwide, affecting an estimated 3.5 billion people. Read more

Vaccine development for important spirochaetal diseases of cattle.

*Bovine digital dermatitis (DD) is a severe, infectious, foot skin disease affecting cattle worldwide. This disease causes severe pain resulting in ruminant lameness and impacts animal welfare. Read more

Investigating how tumour associated macrophages affect cancer metastasis and response to therapies

Solid tumours are generally highly infiltrated by macrophages. Macrophages are heterogeneous and different populations with different and sometimes even opposite functions co-exist in tumours affecting cancer progression. Read more

Engineering more water-use efficient crops: functional genomics of CO2 fixation during Crassulacean acid metabolism

The world is getting hotter and drier due to climate change, and the human population is growing rapidly. Furthermore, it has been predicted that we will need to increase crop yields by 50 - 70 % by 2050 in order to feed the predicted 9 - 10 billion people. Read more

Network-based predictive modelling of cardiovascular disease risk

The risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) is orchestrated by multiple factors. QRISK models (currently QRISK3) have been used in the UK to estimate CVD risk within the next 10 years for individuals without CVD. Read more

Improving Photosynthetic Efficiency - Engineering and Evolution of Light-Harvesting Complexes via Synthetic Biology

Photosynthesis is the ultimate source of food and energy for almost all forms of life. Using sunlight as the energy input, photosynthesis removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere generating the oxygen and carbohydrate that support complex life. Read more
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