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New polymers and formulations for 3D printing of soft materials

  Research Group: Polymers and Composites
The Edmondson research group is based in the Department of Materials at The University of Manchester. Our research sits at the interface of polymer chemistry and polymer characterisation, with particular expertise in. Read more

3D printing of osteogenic and cortical-bone-strong scaffolds with biomaterials and human blood for personalized bone tissue engineering

Biomaterial scaffolds are used in bone tissue engineering for promoting new bone regeneration and stabilising the facture bone. An ideal biomaterial scaffold for healing load-bearing large bone defects should have cortical bone matching mechanical properties and osteogenic properties for promoting new bone regeneration. Read more

3D printing of micro-features for high frequency RF applications

  Research Group: School of Mechanical Engineering
Applicants are invited to apply for a fully funded PhD programme to investigate additive manufacturing of micro-structures for high frequency RF applications. Read more

3D printing of liquid crystal elastomers

  Research Group: School of Mathematics
Liquid crystal elastomers (LCEs) are a new class of soft materials which have a myriad of potential uses due to their unique properties. Direct-Ink Writing (DIW) 3D printing provides a potential method to make large and highly complex devices from LCEs, but we need to first understand precisely how to control and optimise the extent of molecular order created in 3D printed devices. Read more

3D Printing in the Preclinical space vs. Late Development

3D Printing (3DP) provides many advantages for preclinical drug product development as a wide dose range can easily be manufactured/printed, multiple prototypes can be manufactured quickly, adjusting release profiles and drug product geometries. Read more
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Shapeshift - Virtual Simulation of Parametric Models for 4D Printing

Applications are invited for our EPSRC funded Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) PhD studentships that will support six (6) research projects starting 1 October 2022. Read more

Membranes in the Third Dimension – 3D Printing of Membranes with High Selectivity and Anti-fouling Properties

Funding is available to candidates who qualify for ‘Home’ fee status. Following the UK’s departure from the European Union, the rules governing fee status have changed and, therefore, candidates from the EU/EEA are advised to check their eligibility before applying. Read more

Design and Evaluation of Sustainable Polymeric Composites for 3D Printing

  Research Group: Polymers and Composites
This project aims to use biodegradable filers and matrices to manufacture polymer composite 3D printing filaments. Processing will start with blending of suitable materials and then filaments will be produced to standard sizes. Read more

Embedded bacterial 3D printing for synthetic biomaterial screening and production

Synthetic biology and chemistry are new approaches to engineer new biomaterials with customizable functional properties. An area of active research using such approaches is to engineer bacterial cellulose, a class of biomaterial that has broad applications in food, paper production and biomedical industries. Read more

Reactive inkjet printing

Metal organic frameworks (MOFs) have recently been printed using reactive inkjet printing. This PhD builds on that work aiming to expand the range of MOFs that can be printed and uncovering the advantages of using reactive inkjet printing as the production means. Read more

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