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Macromolecular Chemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Birmingham

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  PhD in Degradable Biomaterials Chemistry
  Prof A Dove
Applications accepted all year round

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A funded PhD studentship is available in the group of Prof. Andrew Dove at the University of Birmingham (group website. http://www.dovegrouplab.com).
  PhD in Depolymerisation of Plastic Waste
  Prof A Dove
Applications accepted all year round

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A funded PhD studentship is available in the group of Prof. Andrew Dove at the University of Birmingham (group website. http://www.dovegrouplab.com).
  Supramolecular assemblies for artificial photosynthesis
  Dr T A Barendt
Applications accepted all year round

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Solar power provides a clean and sustainable alternative to fossil fuels and light harvesting has long been a source of renewable energy in Nature.
  Supramolecular sensors for the detection and removal of environmental pollutants
  Dr T A Barendt
Applications accepted all year round

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The development of selective supramolecular sensors that undergo a macroscopic, detectable response upon binding a particular substrate is an intense area of interest.
  Supramolecular sensors for imaging biological substrates
  Dr T A Barendt
Applications accepted all year round

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The development of selective supramolecular sensors that undergo a macroscopic, detectable response upon binding a particular substrate is an intense area of interest.
  Mechanically interlocked molecules for chiral emissive materials
  Dr T A Barendt
Applications accepted all year round

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A major challenge for the next generation of organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) is to enhance their efficiency and functionality by using electronic materials that emit circularly polarized light.
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