Research #Trending @ Canada

  • Analytical applications for luminescent nanoparticles and other luminophores
  • Surface chemistry to develop new strategies and devices for bio/chemical sensing and bioassays
  • Materials for applications in bioanalysis and bioimaging
  • nanoparticle-bioconjugates for optimum performance in biosensing and bioassays
  • Assembling multiple energy transfer pathways around a nanoparticle to “program” it with multiple functions
  •  Nanotechnology and luminescent materials to develop new diagnostic devices that can be used on-site in a doctor’s office or hospital room
  • Isolation and structure elucidation of novel organic metabolites produced by marine organisms
  • Using stable isotope methodology to study the de novo biosynthesis of terpenoid and polyketide metabolites by dorid nudibranchs
  • Molecular genetic, microscopic and eco-physiological (as well as biochemical) techniques to study plant surfaces
  • Defining the Electronic Structure of Transition Metal Singlet Dioxygen Adducts
  • Investigations of copper-based biocides in wood preservation
  • Properties of N-heterocyclic carbenes as ligands in homogeneous catalysis
  • Understanding the fundamental reactivity in ruthenium-mediated olefin metathesis
  • Understanding the biological mechanisms of metallotherapeutics
  • Sulfur Redox Processes in Biology
  • Sulfur Redox Processes in Biology
  • Sulfur Redox Processes in Biology
  • Sulfur Redox Processes in Biology
  • Polymer Cell Derivatization Technology
  • Development of Blood Compatible Surface Coatings
  • Development of Polymeric Reagents for Proteomic Applications
  • NMR spectroscopy and related biophysical methods to characterize the structure and dynamics of proteins involved in signal transduction
  • Regulation of gene expression and in the synthesis/degradation of carbohydrates
  • Application and development of solid state NMR methods to characterise the structure and dynamics of membrane proteins
  • Developing a detailed understanding of the mechanisms by which enzymes catalyze biological reactions
  • Production of bio-active compounds and to the design of efficient synthetic catalysts
  • Enzymes that act on unactivated stereocenters and must employ unique reaction mechanisms
  • Enzymes responsible for the biosynthesis of the sialic acids in mammals
  • Enzymes that catalyse glycoside formation and hydrolysis
  • Enzymes that catalyse glycoside formation and hydrolysis

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