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...........Chris’ paper on Enzyme Spy Rings released at Angewandte Chemie. Covered in BBSRC news...Two ERC-funded postdoctoral positions available ...Welcome to Jin, joining the lab from China...Protein tentacle paper out at PNAS- congratulations to Gianluca and Jacob...More than 4,000 visitors to Wow!How? science fair; Mark helps on Murder Mystery at the Museum ...Los Angeles Times describes SpyTag from Bijan's latest work at MIT...Welcome to Raphael, joining the group from ENS Lyon....Jan. 2014: Oxford gets funding to set up a Centre for Doctoral Training in Synthetic Biology