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We have 42 PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Enzyme Cascades controlled in the Electrochemical Leaf for Discovery in Antimicrobial Strategy

Antibiotic discovery is usually aimed at single entities, for example a bacterial enzyme or efflux protein. This also means that antimicrobial resistance (AMR) mechanisms are considered in terms of the individual response, for example, mutations in a single target enzyme, affording resistance to the drug. Read more
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Cooperative catalysis using iron-based Organometallic frustrated Lewis pairs

Frustrated Lewis pairs (FLPs) has led to major advances in the field of small molecule activation and catalysis, being considered as one of the most exciting modern-day developments in main group chemistry. Read more
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Pulsed EPR to Study Electronic Structures in f-Block Complexes

An EPSRC DTG-sponsored PhD studentship is available to undertake research in the field of f-element complex synthesis and EPR spectroscopy in a collaborative project between three research groups at Manchester Chemistry. Read more

EPSRC - Synthesis of Supramolecules to Perform Light-Switchable Quantum Gates

An EPSRC DTG-sponsored PhD studentship is available to undertake research in making supramolecules to perform two-qubit gates by EPR spectroscopy in a collaborative project between three research groups at Manchester Chemistry. Read more

(A*STAR Split-site) Engineering non-coding RNAs (ncRNAs) in eukaryotic genomes using synthetic genomic approaches

We are entering the exciting new age of synthetic biology. Recent technological breakthroughs present big opportunities in synthesizing DNA from scratch, building DNA into radically designed genomes, editing genes within living cells, and investigating how new biological functions emerge from these massive changes. Read more

(University of Manchester - Tsinghua University Dual Award) - Genetically encoded phosphine ligands for programmable precious metal biocatalysis

A PhD studentship is available for an outstanding and ambitious chemist to undertake research in the field of green chemistry and biotechnology in a collaborative project between Manchester Chemistry (UK) and the Tsinghua University (China). Read more

(University of Manchester - Tsinghua University Dual Award) - Intracellular Biosynthesis of Cryoprotecting Macromolecules

Emerging cell-based therapies can treat complex disease, but they are hard to deliver intact to the patient. Current technologies rely on using organic solvent ‘antifreezes’ to protect the cells during frozen transport. Read more

(University of Manchester - Tsinghua University Dual Award) - Revealing Novel Rare Earth Properties with Advanced X-ray Spectroscopy

A jointly awarded PhD studentship from The University of Manchester and Tsinghua University is available for an outstanding and ambitious chemist or physicist to undertake research in advanced X-ray spectroscopy measurement and computation of rare earth compounds, including novel molecular materials. Read more

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