My PhD project is joint with the Diamond Light Source and the Wilson Group at the University of Bath. It is a physical chemistry project and involves method development for using single crystal synchrotron X-ray diffraction (on Diamond’s I19 beamline) to image the evolution of hydrogen bonds in solid state systems, where laboratory....more
During this project you will develop a mechanistic understanding of the behaviour of the trace-metal molybdenum (Mo) in modern and ancient marine sediments, to help determine whether changes in ocean redox chemistry helped drive major periods of climatic, atmospheric and biological transition in Earth history.Read more...
Chemistry, University of Reading/Diamond Light Source, in partnership with the Harwell Membrane Protein Laboratory:
Nanomaterials for membrane protein biology
Application deadline: 16 July 2015
School of Chemistry, Cardiff University/Diamond Light Source:
Development and Applications of X-ray Birefringence Imaging
Application deadline: Sunday 30 August 2015
University of Essex/Diamond Light Source:
Development of Methods and Instrumentation for Collection, Analysis and Validation of Damage-Free Protein Structures in Defined Redox Stat
Position has been filled (Jan 2016)
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