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  The nexus of manufacturing and employability (Advert Reference: SF18/MCE/SHYHA)
  Dr I Shyha
Applications accepted all year round
The employability plays a crucial role in society’s welfare today. Several factors affect employability rates including the industrial development level of the country, investment security, technology awareness and automation of the manufacturing systems.
  Dynamic Multi-Component Hydrogels for Anticancer Drug Delivery
  Prof D K Smith
Application Deadline: 9 January 2019
Gels play a vital role in everyday life and are easily-recognised materials with a combination of solid-like and liquid-like properties.
  Rapid characterisation of water for enhanced drinking water quality
  Dr P Jarvis, Prof B Jefferson
Application Deadline: 30 January 2019
This exciting PhD opportunity will explore new methods to characterise water for process selection, optimisation and treatment. The effective removal of complex organics is of critical global importance in providing safe drinking water.
  A dynamic biomaterial-ligand tethering strategy for tissue engineering
  Dr C Spicer, Prof D K Smith
Application Deadline: 9 January 2019
Biomaterials that can trigger the repair of damaged tissues have the potential to revolutionise the way we treat disease. Materials that can present cells and tissues with powerful biochemical signals, through attached peptides, proteins, and carbohydrates, are particularly effective at controlling regeneration.
  Accelerating mechanistic understanding in chemical synthesis: Design of Experiment, kinetic analysis and systems modelling
  Dr I Fairlamb
Application Deadline: 9 January 2019
This chemical synthesis based project will involve exploitation of automated robotic systems to conduct chemical reactions of interest to pharmaceutical and agrochemical sectors, and also academia.
  Advanced Functional Dyes for Applications in High-Technology Devices
  Dr J N Moore, Dr S Cowling
Application Deadline: 9 January 2019
Background. Dyes have many practical applications in a wide variety of contexts. Examples of their use range from providing simple, stable colours on paper and textiles, to providing switchable colours in more advanced technology applications, such as those found in flat-panel displays.
  Asymmetric ‘Clip-Cycle’ Reactions: A General Enantioselective Synthesis of Cyclic Amines
  Dr P Clarke
Application Deadline: 9 January 2019
Cyclic amines are privileged pharmacophores present in many drug molecules and biologically active natural products, with the 5- and 6-membered rings by far and away the most prevalent.
  Chemical glycomics for the functional understanding of protein O-glycosylation
  Dr L Willems, Prof J E Thomas-Oates
Application Deadline: 9 January 2019
Proteins on the surface of cells are modified with a vast array of diverse and complex carbohydrate structures, called glycans, which play essential roles in a range of cellular processes including cell-cell and host-pathogen interactions.
  Development of a parallel algorithm for the efficient compression of noisy electron cryo-microscopy micrographs of biological specimens
  Dr J Agirre, Dr K D Cowtan, Dr R Calinescu
Application Deadline: 9 January 2019
Imaging biological samples with an electron cryo-microscope (cryoEM) produces datasets that can be as much as 10 times bigger than an average desktop computer’s whole disk.
  Do green solvents mean cleaner air?
  Dr T J Dillon, Dr R McElroy
Application Deadline: 9 January 2019
Environmental sustainability is an issue at the forefront of modern research efforts. Recent estimates suggest solvents account for the majority of waste produced by the chemical industry.
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