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We have 5 Environmental Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students in Birmingham

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Environmental Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students in Birmingham

We have 5 Environmental Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students in Birmingham

Mechanochemical Preparation of Biodegradable Pharmaceuticals

Twin-screw extrusion (TSE) has been demonstrated as an excellent means of industrialising mechanochemistry (instigation of a chemical reaction by mechanical energy, in the absence of solvents), overcoming the barriers involved in batch processing (such as ball milling) such as scalability and reaction temperature control. Read more

PhD in Predicting the environmental degradation of plastics

Understanding how plastics and polymers degrade in the environment is an important sustainability target. Our work in this area uses innovative analytical techniques and simulated environments to understand how specific plastics degrade in different environments. Read more

Degradable and sustainable polymers in the Environment

The influence of plastic pollution on our environment has been well documented, however, there remains a knowledge gap between relating to how new polymers and plastics might biodegrade. Read more

Funded PhD Studentships in Negative Emissions Technologies for Net Zero (NET2ZERO)

Engineered removal of greenhouse gases from the atmosphere is one way of helping to meet our decarbonisation and climate change commitments. Read more

PhD studentship in in situ imaging and diffraction of dual-phase zeolite composites for nuclear waste remediation.

Applications are sought for a PhD project under the supervision of Dr Phoebe Allan at the University of Birmingham, Dr Sharif Ahmed and Dr Joe Hriljac at Diamond Light Source, and Dr Tom Carey at the National Nuclear Laboratory. Read more
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