Biomedical Sciences Research Institute Updates
Latest updates from the Biomedical Sciences Research Institute.
The ability to control alternative shapes of DNA (quadruple-helix DNA) opens up the possibility for new applications in biomedicine, computer science, nano/optoelectronics and biotechnology.
Six Ulster PhD researchers have been invited to participate in a new National Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) PhD Training Programme at the University of Bristol with 150 PhD researchers across the UK.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) has launched a national eyesight awareness campaign encouraging drivers to take the number plate test.
Ulster and Randox have launched a £5 million skills development initiative to support up to 10 PhD researchers.
Job opportunities in Stratified Medicine for 3 Research Lecturers in Biostatistics and Genome Analyses, Molecular Immunology and Cellular Ageing.
Several NICHE researchers attended a meeting in Rochester with international partners to discuss and plan the future of research on nutrition, mercury & child development.
First Centre for Personalised Medicine steering group meeting.