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We have 9 Environmental Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Birmingham

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Environmental Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Birmingham

We have 9 Environmental Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Birmingham

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
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Developing Active Green Walls for Classrooms

This project is funded by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) and will pursue a multi-scale approach to establish the potential of active green walls to improve environmental quality in classrooms. Read more

Sustainable Recycled Textiles for Engineering Applications

Worldwide demand for the apparel industry keeps growing while triggering an environmental impact on human health. The textile industry accounts for around 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Read more

Modelling groundwater flow in a quarried limestone catchment: Dove Holes, Derbyshire, UK

Highlights. ·      Opportunity to combine practical field hydrogeology with numerical modelling;. ·      Develop scenarios for water movement through a quarried catchment to assess the implications of changing climate and local variations in stratigraphy. Read more

Renewable Energy and Energy Storage

Getting to 100% renewable energy requires a massive improvement in the performance of energy storage systems which can store vast amounts of energy for periods of days to weeks. Read more

Development and evaluation of novel materials for proton-conducting ceramic electrolysers

Protonic ceramics represent an emergent class of materials that have potential utility in several intermediate-temperature electrochemical applications, including the production of “green” hydrogen. Read more

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
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