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biodegradable material PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 7 biodegradable material PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Development of Biodegradable Fiber-Based Bags for Sustainable Plant Nurture

The need for environmentally friendly and sustainable solutions to combat plastic pollution has never been more critical. Plastics, particularly single-use plastic bags, have had a detrimental impact on our ecosystems and contribute to environmental degradation. Read more

Design, manufacturing and characterisation of functional and green end-of-life cellulose-based materials (Ref: AE0052)

Applications are invited for a fully funded studentship at Imperial College London under the joint supervision of Professors Koon-Yang Lee (Aeronautics) and Julian Jones (Materials) on the development of cellulose-based materials. Read more

Muka Membranes for Water Treatment

Water scarcity has become a global challenge. Approximately 20% of New Zealanders lack reliable access to safe drinking water. Consuming contaminated water can cause severe illness if not properly treated. Read more

Sustainable seaweed based gels for audio speaker technologies

In speaker technologies silicone rubber products are used to dampen vibration and direct audio signals to the listener. Silicone is not biodegradable and breaks down slower than plastics. Read more
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