Evaluation of the essentiality and druggability of Leishmania HSD for drug development

Cutaneous Leishmaniasis (CL) affects the skin and organs of 12 million people in 98 countries.

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Language, Place and Identity: exploring children's linguistic and cognitive development in heritage and community languages

Languages are central concerns for Scotland and beyond.

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Development of hippocampal binding in memory: An investigation linking rodents and humans

Episodic memory (EM), the ability to remember the past with specific details, is a fundamental aspect of cognition.

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Re-Placing Risk and Ruination: Experimental Approaches to Access, Design and Engagement in Transitional Heritage Sites

This research project will address a single problem: How do you activate a modern ruin?

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Light-driven chemistry – towards highly accurate simulations of photochemical reactions

Light triggers many important chemical reactions.

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A comparative multi-omics platform for accelerated antibiotic drug discovery from ancient Polar bacteria

Since the discovery of penicillin in 1928, bacteria have been unsurpassed as a source of new chemistry to fight emerging disease and infections.

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Constructing Nitrogen/Boron ‘Pseudo Frustrated Lewis Pairs’ for Reversible Hydrogen Storage Applications

Lithium batteries are the current market leading energy storage device for portable applications such as mobile phones, laptops and tablets.

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Modelling the pathways of toxicant formation in emissions from heated vapourised nicotine delivery devices

The proposed research aims to harness complementary expertise in the Universities of Abertay and St Andrews in order to address the origins of toxicants in emissions from personal nicotine vapourisers (e-cigarettes).

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Exploring nuclear heterogeneity in the senescence tumour suppressor response combining microfluidics based phenotyping and single cell genomics

Every cell in our body has the same genetic information, yet different cells display distinct features, which often allow them to perform unique tasks.

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