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Shedding light on the functioning of root-fungal symbioses with high resolution isotopic imaging

In this exciting multi-disciplinary project, you will work at the interface between physical and biological sciences, using the latest technologies in both to address key questions that underlie food security in the face of changing climates. Read more

(BBSRC DTP) Mapping organic and inorganic chemistry with ageing in bone tissue

Bone plays vital roles in the body. Structurally, through supporting body movement and protection of internal organs, and chemically, acting as a reservoir of minerals, blood cell production and molecules for endocrine regulation. Read more

The Evotron: an experimental evolution system for investigating and predicting agrochemical resistance

The overall aim of this work is to establish a novel experimental paradigm for investigating and predicting the evolution of agrochemical resistance, which currently poses a significant threat to global food security. Read more

(BBSRC DTP) Avian flight dynamics and control - a multidisciplinary approach

Gliding flight is a core mode of locomotion used by owls during predation. As well as being known as silent gliders, recently owls have been shown to exhibit high aerodynamic efficiency (low drag) during gliding, achieved through careful manipulation of their wings and tail (Song et al, 2020, Cheney et al 2020). Read more

(BBSRC DTP) Single-cell measurements of mutation dynamics across bacterial DNA

Genetic mutations are the raw material of evolution, driving evolutionary innovations. Mutation rate is thus a key factor determining how organisms adapt to new environments and whether they survive a severe environmental challenge, such as antibiotic treatment in the case of bacteria. Read more

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