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emergence PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 71 emergence PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

The impact of nutritional scavenging on host-pathogen interactions, antifungal efficacy and emergence of antifungal resistance

Infections caused by Aspergillus fumigatus (Af) cause more deaths globally than any other fungal disease. Over 20 million are affected annually with four million having life threatening invasive and chronic infections with high morbidity and mortality up to 90%. Read more

PhD position (f/m/d) in Biophotonics / molecular Biophysics

The research group of Dr. Katja Zieske invites applications for a. PhD position (f/m/d). for the project. Single-Molecule Characterization of Protein Organization at Model Membranes. Read more

Self funded MSc by Research or PhD in Biology: The oncogenic mechanism and potential of the emergent retrovirus ALV-K in global poultry

Lead supervisor: Dr Andrew Mason. The student will be registered with the Department of Biology. Background. Avian Leukosis Viruses (ALV) are oncogenic retroviruses which cause blood cancers in chickens, impacting commercial productivity and animal welfare. Read more
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Symbols of power, prestige goods or vibrant materials? Rethinking gold, jet and amber grave goods in Early Bronze Age Britain.

The project forms one strand of the Leverhulme Funded Research Leadership Award, A New History of Bronze. This project explores how the emergence and use of copper and bronze metalworking in this period created new possibilities for crafting, leadership and violence. Read more
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Ground stone in a metallic world

The project forms one strand of the Leverhulme Funded Research Leadership Award, A New History of Bronze. This project explores how the emergence and use of copper and bronze metalworking in this period created new possibilities for crafting, leadership and violence. Read more

Emergent Properties of Large Databases

The emergence of unusual or unexpected distributions in large data samples has resulted in some well-known laws, which includes Zipf’s Law in textual analysis [1], the Pareto distribution in the measurement of wealth [2], Benford’s Law in the distribution of first digits in real-world measurements [3], and Chargaff’s Second Parity Rule in genetics [4]. Read more

Plasma-assisted ammonia production for carbon-free marine fuels

Renewable Energy is one of the fastest growing sectors addressing the most important challenges of our age.  Offshore renewables, energy distribution, and the environmental impacts of constructing and decommissioning the infrastructure are some one of the most pressing research themes faced by the UK.  . Read more

Doctor of Engineering (EngD) - Next generation long range laser rangefinders based on single photon detectors and new laser technologies (Thales and Heriot-Watt University)

  Research Group: CDT in Applied Photonics
Laser Rangefinders are a key element of modern sensor systems and can range up to 20km with an accuracy of less than 1m. Thales UK produced the first in-service laser rangefinder in 1965, just a few years after the invention of the laser, and have been designing and manufacturing laser systems ever since. Read more

Doctor of Engineering (EngD) - Advance diversity techniques for underwater optical communication and sensing (Fraunhofer and University of Strathclyde)

  Research Group: CDT in Applied Photonics
The emergence of remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) and autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs), combined with the expansion of underwater infrastructure has led to a huge opportunity for underwater optical communication and sensing. Read more

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