People from all backgrounds come to Nottingham to study a PhD. We've spoken to a selection of our current students to find out why they are passionate about what they do and the path they took into research.
Identifying new ways to reduce disease in pig farming and combat global antimicrobial resistance
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Examining how nanosensors can monitor the build up of harmful bacteria
Exploring genetic variations in rice to produce more resilient strains
Combining animal care and scientific expertise to investigate the health of fish
Understanding how the protein Survivin plays diverse roles in research
Developing simple extrusion protocols for silk-based ink that will help create more advanced ink in the future
Understanding the molecular basis of antipsychotic drugs using a range of imaging and pharmacological techniques
Studying the use of a bacteria called C.metallidurans CH34 for biotechnological applications in the production of renewable energy
Developing a cellular model of triple negative breast cancer (TNBC)
Developing therapeutic agents designed to enhance insulin secretion, thus broadening the range of treatments available for diabetic patients
Understanding aphid resistance mechanism in wheat (Triticum aestivum) and identify the responsible genes
CASE project in partnership with AstraZeneca, working on RNA biology
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