We have just returned from the 13th EFTMS Workshop, held in Friesing Germany. At the meeting, David spoke about the labs new work using isotope depletion mass spectrometry for improving top-down mass spectrometry. Thanks to Kelly and Michael for driving this project forward.
The School of Chemistry has received funding from the BBSRC for the installation of ultra-high mass resolution FT-ICR mass spectrometry. More details to follow, but exciting times ahead. The new equipment will underpin future BBSRC research in Edinburgh and beyond.
Developing a Hydrogen/Deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometry (HDX-MS) Platform to Study the Structure and Assembly of Bacterial Nanocompartments.
Applications are invited for a fully funded 3-year PhD studentship in the area of Biomolecular Mass Spectrometry. This is a fully funded studentship available to UK nationals (or EU nationals who have been resident in the UK for 3 years). Please see here for more infor...
A warm welcome to Michael Palasser, who joins the group from Innsbruck University as a visiting student on the Erasmus program. Michael will be developing isotope depletion mass spectrometry techniques to study protein modifications.
Congratulations to Will! His paper on FT-ICR MS analysis of Scotch Whisky has just been published. Find it here (open access). Our study is the most comprehensive chemical analysis of Scotch Whisky to date. Research performed in collaboration with Uhrin Lab (Edinburgh) and Scotch Whisky Research Institute.
A flurry of publications this month, as we publish work with The Brown Group (Exeter), The Tabudravua Group (Aberdeen), and The Davidson Group (Edinburgh). See our Publications page for more information.
Our latest paper has just gone online, published in eLife (open access). Read all about our structural and biochemical study of an encapsulated ferritin. Congratulations to all the team in Edinburgh and Newcastle - a real collaborative effort between Marles-Wright, Clarke, and Waldron research groups. See our Publications page for more information.