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green technology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Reconciling geotechnical and seismic data to accelerate green energy developments offshore

Project Rationale. Society faces two critical challenges. 1) increasing energy demand and 2) effects of climate change. These challenges require decarbonisation of the energy system by increasing the use of renewable and clean resources, and implementation of CO. Read more

Electrode surface dynamics in water electrolysis for green hydrogen production (Marsden FS funded project)

Water electrolysis is the leading process for “green” hydrogen production using electricity generated from renewable sources. This hydrogen can then be applied as a form of green energy to replace fossil fuels. Read more

PhD in Green Hydrogen Based Steel Manufacturing

Project Overview. An enthusiastic individual is being invited to join a team of researchers to work on the EPSRC funded Future Manufacturing Research Hub project SUSTAIN (. Read more

PhD studentship in sustainable mechanosynthesis of green battery materials

Applications are sought for a funded joint PhD position joint between the University of Birmingham (UoB) and Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) in Berlin. Read more

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Technology Enhanced Chemical Synthesis (TECS)

 . Our PhD programme combines world-leading research in Chemical Synthesis with state-of-the-art training in technology and automation to prepare you for a career in modern synthetic chemistry, whether in industry or academic research. Read more

(BBSRC) Directed evolution of quantum mechanical tunnelling in enzymes

Hydrogen-transfer reactions involving hydride, hydrogen atom or proton transfers are ubiquitous in enzyme-catalysed reactions. It is now well established that these reactions can occur via a mechanism involving some degree of quantum mechanical tunnelling (QMT), and thus are a feature of quantum biology. Read more

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