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Supporting students to bring about the next generation of molecular tools and technologies to tackle challenges in biology.
The Institute of Chemical Biology and ICB CDT are celebrating their 20th anniversary!
ICB CDT students celebrate 20 years of the Institute of Chemical Biology EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training
Welcome to The Institute of Chemical Biology (ICB) EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Chemical Biology: Innovation for the Life Sciences
Training students in the art of multidisciplinary chemical biology research. Apply for a studentship today.
Our postgraduate training programme forms the heart of the Institute of Chemical Biology
14 June 2023, 09.00–17.00
ICB CDT 20th Anniversary Celebrations: ICB CDT Student-Led Conference
13 June 2023, 16.30–20.00
20th Anniversary Celebrations: ICB CDT Den Grand Final
13 June 2023, 09.00–16.30
ICB CDT 20th Anniversary Celebrations: Chemical Biology Symposium
28 February 2023, 10.00–11.00
SciCom Series February with Dr Anna Ploszajski
ICB CDT Student publishes in Communications Biology
26 April 2023
Professor Ed Tate appointed to the GSK Chair in Chemical Biology
14 February 2023
Women in science: Professor Claudia de Rham, Helena Dodd, Aatikah Majid
10 February 2023
Organ-on-a-Chip Technology Grant with Emulate Inc.
12 January 2023
View a list of available studentship projects for 2023
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Discover whether our studentships are right for you, how they are structured and what studensthips and awards you can apply for
Find out how to apply to specifc projects advertised with the CDT
Find out more about the CDT, our management, research themes and scientific vision
Our network plays an important role in supporting a vibrant training culture and environment for our students
Discover how to get in touch with the team at either of our two sites