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We have 7 cellulose PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Embedded bacterial 3D printing for synthetic biomaterial screening and production

Synthetic biology and chemistry are new approaches to engineer new biomaterials with customizable functional properties. An area of active research using such approaches is to engineer bacterial cellulose, a class of biomaterial that has broad applications in food, paper production and biomedical industries. Read more

Sustainable Textiles & Bio-Composites for Engineering & Biomedical Applications PhD

  Research Group: Enhanced Composites and Structures Centre
Sustainable Textiles & Bio-Composites for Engineering & Biomedical Applications. Natural polymers like cellulose, chitin, chitosan, alginate are one of the most abundant and renewable polymer with robust mechanical properties. Read more

Green Flow Nitration of Bacterial Cellulose

An opportunity is available to undertake a fully-funded PhD in green chemistry. The project, in collaboration with AWE, will explore novel methods for the production of nitrocellulose. Read more
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Phytomining of Nanoparticles (PHYONA)”

Applications are invited for our EPSRC funded Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) PhD studentships that will support six (6) research projects starting 1 October 2022. Read more

Catalytic materials for biomass valorisation - from single sites to nanoparticles

  Research Group: Catalysis and Porous Materials
A catalyst is a substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction without being consumed, offering greater energy efficiency relative to non-catalytic pathways. Read more
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