The Oxford Biological Physics Group is located in the Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford and is part of the Sub-Department of Condensed Matter Physics. Our research uses a range of biophysical techniques, in particular single-molecule methods, to study molecular machines, rotary motors, ion channels and other membrane proteins. Students interested in post-graduate research in these areas should contact the graduate programme.
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DNA is used as a construction material for molecular scaffolds, as instructions that switch devices between states and as fuel for molecular motorsView group