Welcome to the homepage of Mark Howarth’s lab in the Department of
Biochemistry at Oxford University.
We work on Bionanotechnology against Cancer.
Bionanotechnology involves manipulating and modifying components of living organisms, to generate tools on the 1-100 nanometre scale with new desirable activities. Inspired by extraordinary molecular features from the natural world, our research develops new biological and chemical approaches for disease diagnosis and fundamental insight into how cells function. Supporters:
NEWS...........CASE PhD studentship available to start October 2016: please get in touch for details....Welcome to new lab member Anthony from London!...Our review will be front cover image of Curr Op Chem Biol....Welcome to new lab members Michael from Utah and Anselm from Berlin!...Congrats to Gianluca on winning MRC funding....Congrats to Chris for another top prize at Excellence in Biopharmaceuticals meeting!...Tomo describes his work at meeting in Orlando....Mark appointed FRSC....Protein alphabet out at Nature Struct&Mol Biol. Images to download and movie here...Lab cherry blossom party ...More than 4,000 visitors to Wow!How? science fair; Mike and Mark present “Murder Mystery at the Museum”...Rafa triumphs in lab fishing outing.