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Biomedical Engineering (polymer science) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 9 Biomedical Engineering (polymer science) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 9 Biomedical Engineering (polymer science) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Unclonable Chameleon Security Inks

Lanthanide complexes are widely used in luminescent security inks due to their unique and robust photo-physical properties and they can also easily be engineered to undergo circularly polarised luminescence (CPL). Read more

Flexible Polymer-Carbon Composites for Medical Sensing (Polymer Characterisation )

A Four Year PhD Scholarship (2022-2025) in Laser Functionalisation of Flexible Polymer-Carbon Composites for Medical Sensing, specialising in Polymer Characterisation is available immediately from 1 December 2021. Read more

Laser Functionalisation of Flexible Polymer-Carbon Composites for Medical Sensing (Laser Processing)

A Four Year PhD Scholarship (2022-2025) in  Laser Functionalisation of Flexible Polymer-Carbon Composites for Medical Sensing, specialising in Laser Processing is available immediately from 1 December 2021. 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

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

Plexcitonic Sensors for Medical Diagnostics.

Do you enjoy exciting, cross-disciplinary and cutting-edge research? We invite applications for this studentship, starting on 1 October 2022, as part of a £7.3 M collaborative project funded by EPSRC and led by Prof G. Read more
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