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Congrats to Chris Loftus

Congrats to Chris Loftus who published with Ian Dunlop on the...

WOMENinSTEM@IC

The WOMENinSTEM@IC group, set up by Chiara Heidi, is the official...

New publication in Cell Chemical Biology by Euan Pyle

Congratulations to Euan Pyle and colleagues on the following...

Light-triggered enzymatic reactions in nested vesicle reactors.

Exciting new publication from the ICB student James Hindley...

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New CDT in Chemical Biology - Innovations for the Life Sciences!

Our CDT in Chemical Biology has been awarded new funding to train the next generation of graduates that will be able to embrace the industrialisation of the life sciences by combining the training in measurement tools and technologies with breakthroughs in the fourth industrial revolution, such as automation and additive manufacturing, and with novel calculation and modelling approaches.

Click HERE If you are interested in applying for a studentship entereing in October 2019. 

Multidisciplinary training to tackle challenges in the healthcare, personal care and agri-science sectors


We train physical sciences graduates in the skills and arts of multidisciplinary research through a combination of taught courses which introduces them to the biomolecular sciences, and research. Click here for more information on the molcular targets our current students work on.
 
The Institute of Chemical Biology (ICB)'s mission is to support and develop multidisciplinary research crossing the physical sciences-life sciences/biomedical interface.In particular we focus on the development and application of novel tools and technology for solving major problems in the life and biomedical sciences.
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Featured Student Profile

Susannah Molisso

2nd year PhD

Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Small Molecule Interactions with Biological Materials

50 to 200 small molecules are involved in creating a product fragrance, and while they can make up as little as 2% of the product total, there is a surprising lack of chemical data... more