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  Transport of radioactive waste along the Sellafield shoreline: climate change impact and mitigation strategies through nature based solutions
  Dr N Leonardi, Prof A Plater
Applications accepted all year round

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This proposal aims to build on previous collaboration across the Department of Geography and Planning and NNL on the ARCoES project.
  Internet Transport Methods for 5G mobile networks
  Dr R Secchi, Prof G Fairhurst
Applications accepted all year round

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The Electronics Research Group (ERG) operates as a part of the School of Engineering at the University of Aberdeen and has a recognised research capability in designing new protocols, testing and the evaluation of network performance, especially over challenging Internet paths.
  The Simulation of Quantum Transport in Topological Insulators (TIs) and TI Based Nanoscale Field Effect Transistors (TI FETs)
  Dr G Edwards, Dr T. Papadopoulos
Applications accepted all year round

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The field of Nanoelectronics is concerned with the materials, devices, circuits and systems relevant to contemporary integrated circuits (ICs).
  A van der Waals heterostructure with anisotropic transport by stacking atomic 2D crystals
  Dr A Ilie, Dr M Mucha-Kruczynski
Applications accepted all year round

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Materials or device structures with electron transport anisotropy are not trivial to create, while promising unconventional functionalities, such as 2D logic operations or electron waveguiding.
  Elucidating the mechanisms of phospholipid transport in Gram-negative bacteria
  Research Group: BBSRC MIBTP
  Dr T Knowles
Applications accepted all year round

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This project focuses on characterising the fundamental process of outer membrane lipid transport in Gram-negative bacteria, a largely unknown process which is only now being revealed.
  Micro-scale characterisation of non-Newtonian two-phase flow and transport through porous media
  Dr V Niasar
Applications accepted all year round

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Hydrodynamic dispersion in porous is due to the combined effects of advective transport and diffusion.
  Simulation of quantum transport with cold atoms
  Dr V Boyer
Applications accepted all year round

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Quantum mechanics is believed to play a role in certain natural processes such as light harvesting. For example certain bacteria are capable of capturing the energy of an incoming photon and transporting the resulting excitation to the reaction centre with great efficiency.
  Quantification of the impact of changing vegetation on hillslope sediment transport
  Research Group: Earth Surface Science
  Dr S Grieve, Dr E Lines
Applications accepted all year round

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Hillslope sediment transport exists on a continuum from the gradual downslope motion of particles, termed soil creep, to catastrophic shallow landslides and debris flows.
  MASTERS BY RESEARCH PROJECT: Cystic fibrosis: restoring ion transport with small molecules
  Dr D N Sheppard
Applications accepted all year round

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Start 23 September 2019. This MSc by Research is a laboratory-based project which offers the exciting opportunity to spend 1 year in one of our State-of-the-Art laboratories (plus 1 year thesis writing) at the University of Bristol and experience life as a researcher.
  The molecular mechanisms of organelle transport by motor protein myosin-V
  Dr A Hume
Applications accepted all year round

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Organelle transport is essential for cellular function and survival, and these processes are disrupted in many common diseases including cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease.
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