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MIB researchers explore a diversity of projects at the interface to biology and, as with any dynamic research centre, the research programme will evolve continually. Indeed, this flexibility will constitute a vital operational principle of the institute, allowing our research priorities to develop rapidly and flexibly in ways that complement activities in the university's Schools and Faculties. Many of our large-scale projects are widely networked within the university community.
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Our research follows five broad themes, listed here in roughly ascending order of system complexity. You will find links to a number of major research initiatives, as well as to individual group leader outlines, in the respective theme sections.
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*Biomolecular Structure & Dynamics
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*Bionanoscience/engineering
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*Self-Assembling Systems
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*Biocatalysis
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*Systems Biology
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In parallel, we pursue a number of areas of:
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*Technology & Instrumentation Development
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<font size="2">'''''The information contained on this page is taken from the MIB website with permission from the MIB webmaster(andy.bowen@manchester.ac.uk).'''''</font>
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== External links ==
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* [http://www.manchester.ac.uk/mib Manchester Interdisciplinary Biocentre] – official website
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* [http://www.manchester.ac.uk University of Manchester] – official website

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MIB researchers explore a diversity of projects at the interface to biology and, as with any dynamic research centre, the research programme will evolve continually. Indeed, this flexibility will constitute a vital operational principle of the institute, allowing our research priorities to develop rapidly and flexibly in ways that complement activities in the university's Schools and Faculties. Many of our large-scale projects are widely networked within the university community.

Our research follows five broad themes, listed here in roughly ascending order of system complexity. You will find links to a number of major research initiatives, as well as to individual group leader outlines, in the respective theme sections.

  • Biomolecular Structure & Dynamics
  • Bionanoscience/engineering
  • Self-Assembling Systems
  • Biocatalysis
  • Systems Biology

In parallel, we pursue a number of areas of:

  • Technology & Instrumentation Development


The information contained on this page is taken from the MIB website with permission from the MIB webmaster(andy.bowen@manchester.ac.uk).



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