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Formulation of layered silicate-polymer composite particles for the potential oral delivery of biologics

Oral administration for pharmaceutical actives is the most convenient and preferred method of drug administration but it is challenging to develop oral delivery systems for biologics such as recombinant proteins, peptides, and vaccines. Read more

Formulation of layered silicate-polymer composite particles for the potential oral delivery of biologics

Oral administration for pharmaceutical actives is the most convenient and preferred method of drug administration but it is challenging to develop oral delivery systems for biologics such as recombinant proteins, peptides, and vaccines. Read more

Using Statistical Machine Learning to Design Particles for Drug Delivery

Loughborough University has seen 94% of our research impact rated as ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’, underlining the wide-ranging positive impacts that our research has on the world (REF, 2021). Read more

Modelling the Behaviour of Legacy radioactive particles.

An opportunity has arisen to investigate the behaviour of legacy particles within the marine environment of the Pentland Firth. The successful candidate will undertake hydrodynamic modelling to understand how particles of varying compositions move under the combined forces of currents and waves. Read more

Active sticky particles

Active particles are a class of material that has been studied in detail in the past decade, in a wide range of contexts from the transport and collective behaviour of bacteria and algae to nanoengineering with artificial driven nanoparticles and colloids. Read more

Tuning materials from within: growing endo/exo-particles for energy conversion devices

The ability to disperse nanoparticles on the surface of materials has revolutionised surface science and catalysis, speeding up a wide range of chemical reactions of great practical importance. Read more

Radiative transfer for particles in high temperature environments

Heat transfer to solid-phase particles is an important phenomenon for many flows of practical interest. Modelling will play a key role in the design of optimisation of these systems, however there is a need to adapt currently adopted models for calculating the heat transfer to the solid phase particles. Read more

Reversible Assembly of Solid Patchy Particles

This PhD project will explore technological possibilities for colloidal self-assembly. The aim is to develop method(s) for reversible assembly of micrometer-scale solid colloidal particles into structures such as 3D porous matrices. Read more

Searches for supersymmetry and dark matter particles with the ATLAS experiment

  Research Group: Particle Physics and Particle Astrophysics
The student will work on the analysis of the data collected by the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider to search for new particles that are postulated by Supersymmetry. Read more

Particle accelerator simulations for new particle physics experiments

Particle colliders are incredibly complex and expensive devices to design, construct, operate and maintain. There are multiple “frontiers” in particle physics – high energy, high intensity and low background. Read more

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