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Organic Chemistry (behaviour) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Do Microplastics pose a threat to the terrestrial biosphere?
  Prof D Jones
Application Deadline: 10 January 2020

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Joint studentship between the University of Western Australia and Bangor University. This fully-funded project addresses a topic of major international significance.
  FLuoroAromatic-Thiol Tags (FLA-SH Tags) as probes to understand protein folding, interactions and dynamics
  Dr C Coxon
Application Deadline: 28 February 2020

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This project will explore the design, synthesis and optimisation of a new class of biocompatible cysteine-selective fluorinated probes to study protein conformation, dynamics, interactions, (mis-/un) folding and aggregation in real-time at the single molecule level using 19F NMR.
  Two-dimensional layered materials as catalysts for fine chemical production
  Dr C D'Agostino
Applications accepted all year round

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Catalysts are substances that can speed up chemical reactions and/or increase reaction selectivity without consuming themselves. Relative to non-catalytic processes, catalysed reactions perform through more energy efficient routes, in which reactants are able to be used more efficiently.
  Towards artificial signal transduction in living cells
  Dr S Webb
Applications accepted all year round

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The development of synthetic molecules able to transmit biochemical information across phospholipid bilayers could lead to a new type of synthetic biology, where the introduction of orthogonal signalling pathways leads to ‘short-circuiting’ of natural signalling networks in cells.
  Readying Miniaturized Reactors for Flow Biocatalysis
  Dr M Marques
Application Deadline: 13 January 2020

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In almost all engineering sectors there has been a successful transition from batch to continuous processing. One particularly promising area for continuous processing in biochemical engineering is the biocatalytic synthesis of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) and value-added chemicals.
  Investigating mechanism, reactivity and catalysis in organic, supramolecular and biological chemistry
  Prof NH Williams
Applications accepted all year round

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We are interested in designing and synthesising organic molecules to investigate the basis of catalysis, and to apply these principles to designing our own, artificial catalysts.
  Investigating mechanism, reactivity and catalysis in organic, supramolecular and biological chemistry
  Prof NH Williams
Applications accepted all year round

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We are interested in designing and synthesising organic molecules to investigate the basis of catalysis, and to apply these principles to designing our own, artificial catalysts.
  Understanding receptor clustering via multivalent ligand display
  Dr C Spicer, Prof P Genever
Application Deadline: 5 January 2020

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Background. Extracellular signalling is a vital means for cells to communicate with each other, respond to their environment, and ultimately form functioning tissues.
  Responsive biomaterials with tunable self-healing properties
  Dr C Spicer, Prof D K Smith
Application Deadline: 8 January 2020

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Background. The use of biomaterials to regrow or repair damaged biological tissue has the potential to revolutionise how we treat disease.
  Understanding receptor clustering via multivalent ligand display
  Dr C Spicer, Prof P Genever
Application Deadline: 5 January 2020

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Background. Extracellular signalling is a vital means for cells to communicate with each other, respond to their environment, and ultimately form functioning tissues.
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