COMPLEXES MAKETH COMPLEXES 6 December 2018
- COMPLEXES MAKETH COMPLEXES 6 December 2018
- Congratulations to our teaching technician 29 November 2018
- Creating rings in natural antibiotic synthesis 27 November 2018 Scientists at the University of Bristol have revealed the secrets of the key ring forming cascade in the biosynthesis of a globally used antibiotic. They hope their findings could lead to the development of antibiotics with improved properties and new biocatalysts for the clean and efficient synthesis of medicinally important molecules.
- Bristol to join forces with one of the world’s most prestigious research societi 2 November 2018 The University of Bristol partners with the Max Planck Society in Germany to establish an innovative new Max Planck Centre for Minimal Biology in Bristol. The Centre will pursue game-changing research in the emerging field of minimal biology to address some of the most complex challenges in fundamental science. This could lead to transformative applications in biotechnology and medicine.
- Business Minister visits Bristol BioDesign Institute and Unit DX 25 October 2018 The Rt Hon Lord Henley, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), visited the University’s Bristol BioDesign Institute the science incubator, Unit DX
- BBSRC funding for research into molecular motors, CRISPR-Cas enzymes and synthetic gene circuits 10 October 2018 The School of Biochemistry has been awarded three BBSRC grants worth a combined total of over £1.5 million
- Lighting up wound healing 22 June 2018 New research reveals the dynamics of collagen deposition and repair
- School of Biochemistry wins University Teaching Awards 14 June 2018 Each year the Bristol Teaching Awards recognise members of staff who have made an outstanding contribution to teaching, the provision of support for students and education more generally.
- Novel molecular designs unlock therapeutic potential of nicotine receptors 13 June 2018 Seven million people die each year from smoking related diseases, according to the World Health Organisation, with the annual death toll expected to rise to eight million by 2030.
- Predicting the outcome of the arms race between man and bacteria 8 June 2018 Through computer simulations, scientists can predict if bacteria can be stopped with popular antibacterial therapies or not – a breakthrough which will help select and develop effective treatments for bacterial infections.