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Inorganic Chemistry PhD Research Projects

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The Contribution of Lattice Vibrations to Switchable Spin-Crossover Crystals

  Research Group: School of Chemistry
Spin-crossover is a high-spin-to-low-spin transition at a transition metal centre, induced by temperature or pressure. It is common in iron chemistry, but also occurs in some compounds of other common metals. Read more

Artificial metalloenzymes for catalysing new-to-nature reactions

In the Rhys lab we design and engineer peptides and proteins for new applications. For this project we are looking for a PhD student who is interested in developing new enzymes to catalyse reactions that are not known to occur in nature. Read more

A mechanism-led approach to reaction prediction

Background. The ab initio prediction of chemical behaviour has long been a holy grail for synthetic chemists as it will allow the targeting of the most efficient pathways to prepare high value commodity compounds. Read more
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Analytical Science Centre for Doctoral Training call for applications

The University of Warwick’s Centre for Doctoral Training in Analytical Science is inviting expressions of interest from appropriately qualified candidates for one fully-funded four-year studentship (fees, stipend and consumables budget). Read more
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GeoEnergy Engineering

  Research Group: Institute of GeoEnergy Engineering
The flow of fluids through subsurface rocks and wells can be enhanced or hindered by chemical interactions.  For example, scale deposits – such… Read more

Trifluoromethylation using Copper-based Reagents and Catalysts (co-funded by Syngenta)

The late-stage incorporation of fluorine into drug or agrochemical targets is highly desirable due to the unique pharmacological properties conferred by fluorine such as enhanced lipophilicity, bioavailability, and metabolic stability. Read more

Understanding radionuclide behaviour at the plant-soil interface to direct bioremediation strategies for contaminated land

This PhD project will use plant biology, microbiology, soil geochemistry, and radiochemistry approaches to investigate the role that plants and associated microorganisms can play in managing and potentially decontaminating radioactive contaminated land, such as by ‘phytoremediation’. Read more

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