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sustainable chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 144 sustainable chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

MSc by Research in Chemistry: Generation Research

Open to. UK students only, with at least a 2:2 undergraduate degree (and/or equivalent experience) in Chemistry or a relevant subject area, and with widening access eligibility. Read more

Natural Polymer Textiles & Fibres for Sustainable Fashion Sector PhD

This project aims to manufacture sustainable textiles from renewable/natural polymers such as cellulose, chitin, alginate, chitosan which derived from most abundant natural resources like agricultural biomass and sea food waste (crab shell, shrimp shells etc.). Read more

PhD in Chemistry: Enhancing organic room-temperature phosphorescence through supramolecular approaches

Dr Yi-Lin Wu - People - Cardiff University is looking for a PhD student to work on the research project “Enhancing organic room-temperature phosphorescence through supramolecular approaches.” The project involves the design and synthesis of triplet-forming organic chromophores and the investigation of their photophysical properties induced by supramolecular interactions. Read more

Fully funded 4-year studentships at the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Sustainable Chemical Technologies: A Systems Approach

The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Sustainable Chemical Technologies. A Systems Approach at the University of Bath is offering fully funded, 4-year studentships to start 30 September 2024. Read more
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Photonics for Net Zero Enabled by Patternable Boron-Phosphide Polymers

The manipulation of light in optoelectronic devices is a cornerstone for the delivery of Net Zero, for example in low-energy optical computing (silicon-photonics) and green hydrogen generation from water (photocatalysis). Read more

Mechanochemistry and the mechanical bond – sustainable methods for the synthesis of functional rotaxanes and catenanes

Background. Molecules are mechanically bonded if they are composed of two covalent subcomponents that are threaded through one another such that they can never separate even though there is no covalent bond between them. Read more

Plasma-coupled Electro-catalysis

This is a unique and cutting-edge PhD research opportunity in the multidisciplinary field of materials chemistry and electro-catalysis for a student with… Read more

Electro-catalysis over 2D material

This is a unique and cutting-edge PhD research opportunity in the multidisciplinary field of materials chemistry and electro-catalysis for a student with a strong background in chemistry / electrochemistry interested in applying knowledge and developing innovative 2D electro-catalysts for carbon dioxide utilization and ammonia electrosynthesis. Read more
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Environmental Transmission Electron Microscopy for Sustainable Materials Development: Modifying the Photocatalytic Properties of TiO2

Background. Understanding the (photo)chemistry of TiO2 is critical to current commercial (£20 billion) and future applications. Current applications include pigments, protective coatings, sunscreens, and self-cleaning surfaces. Read more

Synergistic Experimental and Data-driven Catalyst Development for Sustainable Synthesis

The Thomas Group in collaboration with GSK and Dr Ephrath Solel Moroshko are now recruiting a motivated PhD student to develop a new method for the discovery and application of sustainable catalysis. Read more
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Synthesis and application of modified nucleic acids in prebiotic chemistry and molecular biology

Building on recent work that prebiological (‘before biology’) reaction pathways efficiently produce a range RNA, peptide, and coenzyme precursors under simulated early Earth conditions[1-3], we want to investigate the conventional and prebiotic chemical synthesis of modified ribonucleotides with potential catalytic functions. Read more
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Bottom-up and top-down computational modelling of melanin

Humans, dinosaurs and fungi all evolved to use melanin for pigmentation and photoprotection, however the chemical structure of melanin, our natural sunscreen, is not well understood. Read more

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