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  NANO Materials in Space - Determining the factors that influence metallic silver, or gold and other nanocluster nanoparticle synthesis, their shape and polydispersity
  Dr M Yaseen, Prof A Hursthouse
Application Deadline: 10 May 2019
At UWS, we are passionate about our research that focuses on resolving societally critical problems and to address some of those we have established a partnership with the International Space School Educational Trust (ISSET).
  Evaluating metal nanoparticle radiosensitisers with DNA repair inhibitors: a novel theranostic approach in primary glioblastoma
  Research Group: Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology
  Dr K Butterworth, Prof K Prise
Application Deadline: 6 May 2019
High atomic number (Z) metal nanoparticles have been explored as potential theranostic agents due to their ability to act as both as radiosenstizers and image contrasts agents.
  Fully Funded PhD Scholarship: Synthesis and characterisation of nanomaterials for energy storage applications via a solvent free synthesis using nanoparticle beam deposition
  Dr I Aldous
Application Deadline: 10 May 2019
This scholarship is funded by Swansea University’s College of Engineering. Subject areas. Nanotechnology, Engineering, Electrochemistry, Spectroscopy, Chemistry, Materials Science.
  Pharmacology of soft nanomaterials: investigating nanoparticle-cell interaction
  Dr M Jones
Applications accepted all year round
Research into so-called ’soft’ or organic nanomaterials has been thriving with a wide variety of compositions being explored for pharmaceutical applications.
  Laser controlled nanoparticle deposition
  Dr J D Shephard
Applications accepted all year round
Jetting of nanoparticle inks is a key additive manufacturing technology enabling direct writing of multi-material multi-functional components.
  Influence of hybrid nanoparticle architecture on theranostic abilities in pancreatic cancer
  Dr C Hoskins
Application Deadline: 18 May 2019
We are looking to recruit a PhD student with a relevant chemical, biomedical science or bioengineering background to design and develop novel nanomedicine platforms for chemotherapy.
  Electrophysiological changes in ion channels in human haploid and diploid (spermatozoa and lymphocytes) after nanoparticle exposure
  Research Group: Chemistry and Biosciences
  Dr L Shang, Dr M H Brinkworth, Prof D Anderson
Applications accepted all year round
Nanomaterial-mediated delivery represents a promising technique for repro- and geno- toxicology with a potential to improve the safety and efficacy of existing methodologies, including experimental gene therapy and sperm-mediated gene transfer.
  Assessing nanoparticle populations in historic nuclear waste
  Prof EA Patterson
Applications accepted all year round
Legacy ponds at the Sellafield site have been used to store historic radioactive waste for decades, and progress is being made in reducing the risks associated with these facilities.
  Marie Sklodowska-Curie Early Stage Researcher (ESR) - to track nanoparticles as they bind and internalise into mammalian model cell line systems (lung, intestine, blood-brain-barrier).
  Dr P Watson
Application Deadline: 2 May 2019
Cardiff University is looking for an Early Stage Researcher within the Division of Molecular Biosciences for the collaborative research project MUSIQ in the frame of the EU Horizon2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Innovative Training Networks H2020-MSCA-ITN-2018 “MUSIQ.
  Probing ice nucleation by bio-nanoparticles
  Prof W Schwarzacher, Dr A Rust
Application Deadline: 18 December 2019
Pure water droplets in clouds can remain liquid down to temperatures approaching -40 degrees C because creating an interface between the first region to solidify (the nucleus) and the remaining liquid has a free energy cost.
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