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  A soft robotic technology by controllably morphing gel structures (Advert Reference: RDFC18/EE/MCE/XU)
  Dr B Xu
Application Deadline: 9 June 2019
This project includes the design and fabrication of a soft robotic technology by using the stimuli-responsive hydrogel materials and structural thin shell design, which enable instability morphology to be spatially distributed and generated at the surface of gel structure.
  Immune control of parasitic infection: Defining the role of gel-forming mucins in protection against gastrointestinal nematodes
  Prof D Thornton, Prof R K Grencis
Applications accepted all year round
Infection by gastrointestinal parasites (GI) is one of the most common types of parasitic infection in man and animals worldwide.
  Development of antimicrobial-impregnated catheter coatings to prevent uropathogenic Escherichia coli infection
  Dr S Forbes, Dr M Lacey, Dr T Nichol, Prof T J Smith
Application Deadline: 29 April 2019
Faculty of Health & Wellbeing, Sheffield Hallam University. Biomolecular Sciences Research Centre. PhD Research Studentship (full-time for 3 years).
  Development of low molecular weight organogelators
  Dr J Bear
Applications accepted all year round
Low Molecular Weight Organogelators (LMWOs) are small molecules, which are able to gel organic species through intermolecular supra-assembly.[1-4] This property makes them very useful for oil spill remediation and clean-up, as you can apply the LMWO to floating oil slicks; gel the oil and scoop it out of the water.
  Nanoparticle-containing antimicrobial coatings, validation in laboratory tissue model of orthopaedic prosthesis
  Dr T Nichol, Prof T J Smith, Prof C Le Maitre
Application Deadline: 12 April 2019
Hypothesis. An antimicrobial sol-gel coating containing nanoparticles can be developed for prosthetic devices, and shown to be effective in a novel 3D tissue culture model of orthopaedic infections.
  PhD Studentship in New Methods for Antibody-Drug Conjugation
  Prof J Sweeney
Application Deadline: 30 May 2019
A fully funded 3.5-year PhD studentship in the area of antibody-drug conjugation chemistry is available, to be carried out in the group of Professor Joe Sweeney at the Department of Chemistry, Lancaster University, and in collaboration with AbbVie, Inc.
  PhD Studentship-(Sponsored by the Non-metallic Innovation Centre (NIC)- Application of diagnostic methods in order to monitor the ageing process and life prediction in polymers.
  Mr A Khamsehnezhad
Applications accepted all year round
Details. Metallic materials have been used for decades for load bearing or containment in various flow line. and wellbore configurations, in oil and gas applications.
  Wearable tactile sensing device technology for healthcare applications (Advert Reference: SF18/MCE/LI)
  Dr Y Li
Applications accepted all year round
Micro/Nano Electro-Mechanical System (MEMS/NEMS) applications in future engineering have been significantly developed in the last decade.
  Functionalized Biocompatible Block Copolymer Particles and Fibres Produced by Electrospraying/Electrospinning for Biomedical Applications
  Dr E Themistou
Application Deadline: 1 April 2019
The design of novel biodegradable polymeric nano- and micro- structures containing functional groups is of high importance in the biomedical field, and especially in drug delivery and tissue engineering.
  Functional interactions between GPCRs in the renal microvasculature
  Dr S V Smirnov
Applications accepted all year round
Hypertension and diabetes resulting in diabetic nephropathy (DN) are amongst the leading causes of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and end-stage kidney disease.
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