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Reinventing coatings for sustainable flexible packaging

  Research Group: School of Chemical and Process Engineering
Do you want to do cutting-edge research and produce game-changing results? Are you passionate about material science, sustainability, and innovation? Would you like to use your expertise in material science to help Unilever create sustainable packaging solutions for a cleaner future? If so, we may have a PhD opportunity for you! . Read more

Design, manufacturing and characterisation of sustainable flexible packaging films (AE0025)

Applications are invited for a fully funded EPSRC-iCASE PhD studentship in the development of sustainable lignocellulosic biomass-derived flexible packaging within the Future Materials Group of Imperial College London under the supervision of Dr Koon-Yang Lee and Unilever under the supervision of Dr Maria Jimenez-Solomon. Read more

Development of thin high barrier sustainable packaging films

About the project. Plantic’s sustainable packaging is produced using a naturally high amylose starch, derived from corn. This innovative material, developed in partnership with UQ and other universities, has positioned Plantic as a global leader in starch-based packaging. Read more
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Eastbio Developing bacteriophage technology to target foodborne Escherichia coli O157 in packed foods

The proposed project seeks to develop an innovative bacteriophage (phage, virus of bacteria) technology to control the Shiga-toxin producing Escherichia coli (STEC) O157 safely and effectively in food packaging to complement other control and surveillance strategies, and to save lives. Read more

Ingestible Electronic Systems for Chemical Detection of Gastrointestinal Inflammation

Ingestible electronic devices with integrated sensing that can easily be swallowed by the majority of the population have enabled minimally invasive examination or treatment of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Read more

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