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University of Essex - Biological Sciences
Placed on: 18/03/2019 Salary: £0.00 . Christine Desty Scholarship, fully-funded (Home/EU fees £4630 plus stipend of £15,009) for an MSc by Dissertation (MSD) in the School of Biological Sciences
Closes 24 Apr
Tropical coral reefs are a substantial source of the climate-cooling gas dimethyl sulfide (DMS). The major precursor of DMS is the secondary metabolite dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) that is biosynthesised to high concentrations in symbiotic dinoflagellates of the tropical genus Symbiodinium [1]. In the phytoplankton Emiliania huxleyi, the algal Alma...
University of Essex - Biological Sciences
Placed on: 18/03/2019 Salary: £0.00 . Christine Desty Scholarship, fully-funded (Home/EU fees £4630 plus stipend of £15,009) for an MSc by Dissertation (MSD) in the School of Biological Sciences
Closes 24 Apr
Scientific background  All living organisms have adopted ways to maintain internal equilibrium and respond to stress factors. Consequently, they have evolved tightly regulated signalling pathways, which can sense changes in the environment and elicit a response. In plants, like in most eukaryotes, the p70 ribosomal S6 kinases (S6Ks) pathway...
Heriot-Watt University - School of Engineering and Physical Sciences
Placed on: 18/03/2019 Salary: £32236.00 to £39609.00
Closes 18 Apr
This role is to cover the maternity leave of the current (MRC-funded) Edinburgh Super-resolution imaging consortium (ESRIC; www.esric.org) facility manager. The role is extremely varied and involves actively engaging with fellow researchers from across the scientific community to promote and develop the facility. You will learn new highly advanced...
University of Essex - Biological Sciences
Placed on: 18/03/2019 Salary: £0.00 . Christine Desty Scholarship, fully-funded (Home/EU fees £4630 plus stipend of £15,009) for an MSc by Dissertation (MSD) in the School of Biological Sciences
Closes 24 Apr
Circadian clocks are the underlying cause of jetlag, but they also play vital roles in metabolism and physiology in animals, plants, and bacteria. Despite being essential for correct cellular functions (the scientists who defined the molecular clock were awarded the Nobel prize in 2017), we do not understand the nature of the ancestral circadian system....
University of Essex - Biological Sciences
Placed on: 18/03/2019 Salary: £0.00 . Christine Desty Scholarship, fully-funded (Home/EU fees £4630 plus stipend of £15,009) for an MSc by Dissertation (MSD) in the School of Biological Sciences
Closes 24 Apr
A series of new haemoglobins have been discovered over the past 20 years including a ubiquitously expressed vertebrate protein, cytoglobin. Although with a similar structure to the well characterised blood haemoglobin, this globin does not function as a classical oxygen carrier. Thus the physiological functions of this protein remain largely unknown....
University of Essex - Biological Sciences
Placed on: 18/03/2019 Salary: £0.00 . Christine Desty Scholarship, fully-funded (Home/EU fees £4630 plus stipend of £15,009) for an MSc by Dissertation (MSD) in the School of Biological Sciences
Closes 24 Apr
The aim of this project will be to identify next generation (ng) SMALPs for functional extraction of G Protein-Coupled Receptors (GPCRs) from cell membranes. GPCRs are the largest family of plasma membrane proteins in humans and are targets of ~34% of approved drugs (annual global market $180 billion). Current drug discovery platforms for GPCRs require...
University of Essex - Biological Sciences
Placed on: 18/03/2019 Salary: £0.00 . Christine Desty Scholarship, fully-funded (Home/EU fees £4630 plus stipend of £15,009) for an MSc by Dissertation (MSD) in the School of Biological Sciences
Closes 24 Apr
Background High throughput structure determination of protein-ligand complexes is an essential part of the drug discovery pipeline leading to the development of new medicines. Current state of the art approaches use automated pipelines to produce structures of complexes from crystals cooled to cryogenic temperatures (100K). However, recent studies have...
University of Leicester - Respiratory Sciences
Placed on: 18/03/2019 Salary: £19202.00 to £22017.00 . Grade 4 per annum
Closes 29 Mar
About the role We wish to appoint an excellent research technician to work on laboratory based techniques to improve PCD diagnosis. In addition to helping the day-to-day running of the PCD diagnostic service, you will conduct ciliated cell culture, immunohistochemistry of cilia, genetic analysis, high speed video-microscopy and be responsible for...
Rothamsted Research
Placed on: 18/03/2019 Salary: £29842.00 to £32315.00
Closes 10 Apr
Location: Harpenden We are seeking an Assistant Health, Safety and Biosafety Advisor to join our Health, Safety and Biosafety Team who will provide expertise and advice on matters relating to Health, Safety, Biosafety & Biosecurity. This position will implement a comprehensive health, safety and biosafety program to support scientific...
ShanghaiTech University - iHuman Institute
Placed on: 17/03/2019 Salary: £0.00 . Competitive
Expires 15 May
The iHuman Institute at ShanghaiTech University is committed to achieving a three-dimensional understanding of the underlying biological wiring and connectivity of components within the human body. Basic science and applied research is highly integrated to educate the next generation of scientific leaders and entrepreneurs. The iHuman Institute provides...
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