Daniela Kroiss’s paper on the discovery of dynamic ATP-peptide complexes has been featured on the inaugural issue of the journal ChemSystemsChem. ChemSystemsChem is an interdisciplinary journal publishing high-impact peer-reviewed research in out-of-equilibrium self-assembly, chemical networks and chemical ensembles with emergent properties, such as movement, communication and collective behaviour, working together in minimal metabolisms, artificial cells and […]
Congratulations to 1st year PhD student Travis Hesketh who was shortlisted as a finalist in Strathclyde’s “Images of Research”. Travis created his own thought provoking image of one of our latest tripeptide projects that demonstrates the ability of these remarkable peptides to form highly organised materials that also structure water through their pores. Travis did […]
We are currently seeking applications to join the group on a fully-funded PhD project titled ‘Self-Assembly of Biologically Inspired Functional Materials,’ for further information on the project and to submit an application visit: https://www.findaphd.com/search/ProjectDetails.aspx?PJID=98925 We look forward to receiving your application!
Gary’s recent work with the development of tripeptide based emulsifiers (published in Advanced Materials) has been attracting quite a bit of attention from the food and cosmetics industry. This work was featured in the February, 2017 edition of INFORM magazine, which is a leading international magazine on oils, fats and related materials. The article “Structuring with Peptides” by Fiona […]