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Domain-aware deep learning models for fast and accurate biomechanical simulation

  Research Group: School of Mechanical Engineering
Background. Physics-informed neural networks (PINNs) provide a powerful means of incorporating domain knowledge into the training of deep learning models, so as to improve their accuracy and reliability in simulating complex real systems. Read more

(BBSRC DTP CASE) Proteomic profiling of human meniscus to inform development of bioprinted meniscal tissue analogues

Injuries to meniscal cartilage in the knee joint, which often occur in young healthy individuals due to traumatic injury, represent a significant long-term health problem as they limit mobility, cause pain and often result in long-term complications such as early onset osteoarthritis. Read more

The regulation of cell extrusion by mechanical stresses in cancer development

Talented and motivated students passionate about doing research are invited to apply for this PhD position. The successful applicant will join the Crick PhD Programme in September 2022 and will register for their PhD at one of the Crick partner universities (King’s College London). Read more

The role of vimentin in cell adhesion and motility in disease

This role supports an active research program to assess the molecular mechanisms underlying adhesive, mechanical and motile changes in cells as they relate to vimentin, the intracellular protein, and its assembled filamentous form in vimentin intermediate filaments. Read more

Flying underwater: multidisciplinary approaches to understanding the swimming dynamics of penguins

Penguins are highly adapted for both efficient cruising and rapid manoeuvring during underwater locomotion. From a biomechanical perspective some progress has been made into understanding the fluid dynamics surrounding their morphology, including the potential role of bubbles in reducing drag. Read more

Understanding the biomechanics of vibro-tactile perception

This project will build on previous research within the department to measure the ability of different users to perceive and respond to vibro-tactile interfaces (such as those used in phones and tablet devices). Read more
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