Microbiology research project topics

Microbiology is the study of microscopic organisms, such as bacteria, viruses, archaea, fungi and protozoa. This discipline includes fundamental research on the biochemistry, physiology, cell biology, ecology, evolution and clinical aspects of microorganisms, including the host response to these agents.

S/N Microbiology research project topics
1. Revisiting the Evolution Theory: Evaluating complete genome sequences.
2. Developing DNA Vaccines; How are they designed and what are the limitations.
3. Evaluating the environmental parameters affected by climate change. (A case study of soil microorganisms involved in bioremediation)
4. A systematic review of the Activities and Specificity of Enzymes in Fermentation of Starch – From Maize.
5. Evaluating the real-time assessment of bacteriophage T3-derived antimicrobial activity against planktonic and biofilm-embedded Escherichia coli by isothermal microcalorimetry.
6. Evaluating the Principles of Randomized Clinical Trials investigating antimicrobial prophylaxis or Metaphylaxis against naturally occurring bovine respiratory disease.
7. A Study on the Identification and Isolation of Bacteria Associated with Wound Sepsis.
8. A Systematic Review of the transcription factor SlyA from Salmonella typhimurium regulates genes in response to hydrogen peroxide and sodium hypochlorite.
9. Evaluating high precision microfluidic microencapsulation of bacteriophages for enteric delivery.
10. Evaluating the adaptive response of yeast cells to triggered toxicity of phosphoribulokinase.
11. Evaluating Forest microbiome: diversity, complexity and dynamics.
12. A systematic review of Microbial and Microbiological Assessment of Commercially Prepared Yoghurts in Under-Developed Countries (A case study of Nigeria).
13. Evaluating the evolution of Bacteriophage imaging over the past decade (2009 – 2019).
14. The potential of biotechnology in Smart Tech. (A case study of Bioengineering custom microbes).
15. Mining prokaryotes for antimicrobial compounds: from diversity to function