A BBSRC funded Postdoctoral Research Associate position is available from 1 March for up to 24 months for a project to evaluate the spectroscopic and reactivity properties of copper-containing oxidases working with Professors Paul Walton and Gideon Davies. The project will concentrate on the synthesis and characterisation of a range of small-molecule copper complexes and the study of the EPR and MCD spectroscopy properties of these complexes and the enzymes lytic polysaccharide monooxygenases (LPMOs).
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The successful candidate will conduct research and contribute to the preparation of research proposals.
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Skills, Experience & Qualification needed
If you have any informal enquiries, please contact Professor Paul Walton at firstname.lastname@example.org
This post is offered on a full-time basis (37 hours a week) with flexibility if required.
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