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  Transforming data to understanding and knowledge for the sequencing of therapeutic oligonucleotides by mass spectrometry
  Prof G Langley
Application Deadline: 1 July 2020

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Supervisor. Prof. G J Langley, Dr E Stulz, Dr A Ray (AstraZeneca), Dr S Holman (AstraZeneca). Project description. Oligonucleotides are a promising and growing class of therapeutics.
  Generation and deposition of liquid fragments
  Dr A Ismail
Application Deadline: 26 June 2020

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The great interest of liquid fragmentation derives from the sea of applications within the chemical and biological sciences.
  Microstructure control in metal additive manufacturing
  Research Group: Imaging and Characterisation
  Dr W Mirihanage
Applications accepted all year round

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Metal additive manufacturing (AM) is rapidly emerged as a viable alternative to subtractive manufacturing. Among various AM techniques.
  Evaluation of the capabilities of 2-dimensional mass spectrometry in a variety of molecular systems
  Prof P O'Connor
Application Deadline: 30 June 2020

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This is an industrially funded PhD project in collaboration with Verdel Instruments, Ltd., a spinout company from the University of Warwick.
  Numerical Investigation of Flow Boiling Heat Transfer in Water-Cooled Reactors
  Dr J Gomes, Dr L Akanji
Applications accepted all year round

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There are approximately 500 nuclear power reactors in operation worldwide with capacity to produce 375 GWe, 28 reactors are under construction and a large number are in different stages of planning and designing.
  Conservation Genomics and Epigenomics of Fragmented and Declining Populations
  Prof L Beheregaray
Applications accepted all year round

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We are looking for a bright candidate for one PhD position associated with the project. “The evolutionary potential of fragmented and declining populations”.
  Probing organic composition of the atmosphere with Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry
  Research Group: Atmospheric Science
  Prof H Coe, Dr J Allan, Prof G McFiggans
Applications accepted all year round

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There are a huge number of organic compounds present in the atmosphere. They are emitted from a wide range of sources that are both natural and man-made.
  Studying the formation of ice fragments during freezing and riming using high resolution holographic imaging.
  Research Group: Atmospheric Science
  Dr J Crosier, Dr P Connolly
Applications accepted all year round

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Ice and mixed phase clouds have important effects in the atmosphere, via interactions with incoming solar radiation and outgoing terrestrial radiation, and generation of precipitation which impacts on the surface.
  Crude Sulfate Turpentine as a new source of biorenewable fuel
  Prof S B Bull, Dr C Chuck
Applications accepted all year round

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Dwindling fossil fuel supplies and global warming mean there is an urgent need to develop biorenewable replacements for the petrochemical based fuels and lubricants consumed by the automotive industry.
  PhD in Food Web Networks and Environmental Change: Exploring how natural and anthropogenic stress influence the structure and dynamics of communities.
  Prof A Beckerman
Applications accepted all year round

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The interactions among species define a food web network. In these networks, species have dynamics (e.g. numbers and biomass), the community has structure (e.g.
  Meals for macrophages – investigating how macrophages engulf and process dying cells in vivo
  Dr I Evans, Dr P Elks, Dr S Johnston
Applications accepted all year round

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A critical role for phagocytic cells such as macrophages is the engulfment and subsequent degradation of dying cells and debris. Failure to clear targets such as apoptotic cells can lead to damaging autoimmune conditions and immune cell dysfunction (Morioka et al., 2019; Roddie et al., 2019).
  Detailed particle modelling for clean carbon applications
  Research Group: Energy Technologies
  Dr L Armstrong
Application Deadline: 31 August 2020

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Supervisor. Dr Lindsay-Marie Armstrong. Project description.
  Transport and fate of microplastics from rivers to the ocean
  Research Group: Water and Environmental Engineering
  Dr G A M de Almeida
Application Deadline: 31 August 2020

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Supervisor. Gustavo de Almeida & Sergio Maldonado (WEEG). Project description. Since the 1950’s the world has witnessed the dramatic increase in production and widespread consumption of plastics.
  Deciphering the origins of chromosome mis-segregation and aneuploidy in humans
  Prof A McAinsh, Prof N Burroughs
Application Deadline: 7 June 2020

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The accurate segregation of chromosomes into daughter cells is a prerequisite for all eukaryotic life. In humans, this process maintains a diploid karyotype of 46 chromosome, with errors associated with a myriad of pathologies, such as tumour evolution, developmental disorders (i.e.
  PhD studentship opportunity in English Literature and the Environmental Humanities

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English Literature research at Worcester is aligned with the University's Research and Knowledge Exchange strategy, which emphasises themes such as identity and inclusion, and the interpretation of culture and heritage.
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