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Dr Isaac Abrahams
My main area of research can broadly be defined as solid state and structural chemistry. I also specialise in a wide range of other areas, such as: structural inorganic chemisty; X-ray crystallography; neutron diffraction; EXAFS; solid state ionic conductors for battery, fuel cell and electrochemical separation membrane applications; phosphate based glasses; ceramics and glass ceramics as biomaterials.
Dr Ali Zarbakhsh
Structural study of polymeric and biological systems using X-ray and neutron scattering techniques; reflectivity, in-plane diffraction and small angle scattering. Vibrational sum frequency spectroscopy, ellipsometry and atomic force microscopy.
Prof Richard Pickersgill
My research addresses the structure and activity of proteins. I combine the ideas and methods of molecular, mechanistic, and structural biology to elucidate the molecular basis of protein activity. Current major research themes include: understanding the specificity and mechanism of enzymes; and structural studies of proteins from the human pathogen Shigella flexneri.