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We have 59 Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in London

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Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in London

We have 59 Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in London

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

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

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
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Chemical proteomic discovery of covalent ligands for novel drug targets in Myc-deregulated cancers

This project is co-funded by the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Chemical Biology and Merck KGaA. Supervisors. Professor Ed Tate (Department of Chemistry, Imperial). Read more

Developing novel transition metal complexes to enhance crop yields

This studentship will explore novel synthetic chemistry and chemical biological routes to tackle the global challenge of food security, by developing molecular tools, with the potential to transform crop security across the globe. Read more

Optimizing CO2 Mineralization: From Particle Aggregation to Growth and Tailored Properties

CO. 2. mineralisation via aqueous carbonate formation can reuse captured CO. 2. to manufacture stable carbonates with a net negative carbon footprint, potentially mitigating or even replacing conventional infrastructure materials. Read more

PhD Studentship on Introducing Order into Porous Liquids

A fully funded PhD studentship on ‘Introducing Order into Porous Liquids’ is available under the supervision of Dr Becky Greenaway in the Department of Chemistry at Imperial College London. Read more

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