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Sustainable Alternative Routes to Chemicals and Fuels via Black Soldier Fly Larvae

The global climate emergency presents pressing challenges around identifying sustainable routes to fuels and chemicals, the production of which currently relies on fossil and other unsustainable resources. Read more

MSc by Research programme - Modelling dementia-related synaptic dysfunction in the fruit-fly Drosophila melanogaster

Background. Almost a million of people in the UK live with dementia. Alzheimer’s disease (AD), dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB), and frontotemporal dementia (FTD) are the most common causes of neurodegenerative dementias. Read more

Using microfluidics and flow cytometry to develop novel diagnostics for Leishmaniasis

The Leishmaniases are a group of neglected tropical diseases caused by >20 species of Leishmania parasites that are spread by >90 species of phlebotomine sand flies. 1 billion people in Africa, Asia, the Americas and the Mediterranean are at risk, with the poor and malnourished being disproportionately affected. Read more

GREENCDT Next-generation low-carbon cement wasteforms for safe disposal of radioactive waste

In the UK, over 150,000m3 of radioactive waste (enough to fill 60 Olympic size swimming pools) has been produced to date. Most of this radioactive waste needs conditioning by encapsulating it in cement to prevent release to the biosphere. Read more

Next-Generation Low-Carbon Cement Wasteforms for Safe Disposal of Radioactive Waste

In the UK, over 150,000m3 of radioactive waste (enough to fill 60 Olympic size swimming pools) has been produced to date. Most of this radioactive waste needs conditioning by encapsulating it in cement to prevent release to the biosphere. Read more

Dissecting how and why old mitochondria produce more Reactive Oxygen Species

Ageing is one of the most important biomedical challenges humanity will confront during the 21st century. Our laboratory studies how and why we age and which role the cell's powerhouses (named mitochondria) play in ageing. Read more

MSc by Research: ADP-ribosylation in dementia and motor neuron disease

ADP-ribosylation is a fundamental posttranslational modification where ADP-ribose is linked on to target proteins by ADP-ribose transferases and removed by the ADP-ribose hydrolases. Read more

EPSRC iCASE PhD Studentship: AI on the edge: Real-time sea level and wave field calculations on the Mayflower Autonomous Ship

Overview. This project involves the optimisation of the processing and analysis of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) data using artificial intelligence (AI) techniques to determine accurate measurements of the sea surface from the Mayflower Autonomous Ship (MAS: . Read more

Target tracking and detection in complex clutter environments

The Microwave Integrated Systems Laboratory at the University of Birmingham is offering a PhD studentship with Thales UK as part of their recently awarded Industrial Cooperative Award in Science & Technology (iCASE). Read more

Understanding Cement-Superplasticiser Interactions in Blended Portland Cement Wasteforms

In the UK, over 150,000m3 of radioactive waste (enough to fill 60 Olympic size swimming pools) has been produced to date. Most of this radioactive waste needs conditioning, by either encapsulating it in cement, or another method, to prevent release to the biosphere. Read more

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