92 molecular dynamics simulation positions at University of Cambridge

  • University of Cambridge | 20 days ago

    A position is available for a Research Assistant/Associate who will work on modelling and simulation of devices for electronics. The project is funded by The European Commission under the H-2020

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | 2 days ago

    The MRC Epidemiology Unit is seeking to appoint a Senior Research Associate in Molecular Epidemiology. We are looking for a candidate with considerable experience in the analysis of genome-wide data

  • University of Cambridge | 20 days ago

    the most prevalent chronic childhood disease and result in one of the highest causes of health care costs. The research will involve a combination of experimental work in our new Fluid Dynamics Research

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | 17 days ago

    Applications are invited for the post of Simulated Patients Coordinator within the Education Division team based in the School of Clinical Medicine on the Addenbrooke's Hospital site. This is a

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | 2 days ago

    exploit the progress made in viewing flows as huge dynamical systems to develop our understanding of transitional and turbulent stratified shear flows motivated by their manifold applications in

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | 2 days ago

    from early embryos or by molecular reprogramming. They have the capacity to make any somatic cell type, including tissue stem cells. Stem cell biology aims to identify and characterise which cells

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | 1 day ago

    research areas. The first focuses on the formation and dynamics of G-quadruplex secondary structures in the genome (DNA) and transcriptome (RNA) to understand their functions in mechanisms, ranging from

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | 2 days ago

    image-analysis, we will define the clonal dynamics of epithelial stem cells in adult lungs under different conditions: homeostasis, regeneration and/or inflammation. In addition to apply to genetic models

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | 2 days ago

    . The CRUK Cambridge Centre is a dynamic collaboration of academic researchers, clinicians, and the pharmaceutical and biotech industries based in the Cambridge area. By being part of the Centre, students will

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | 1 day ago

    events until crypts become monoclonally converted, i.e. populated by the progeny of a single clone. However, the dynamics of the process is very different in mouse and human. In the former, monoclonal

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