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  Combined modulation excitation neutron and X-ray methods to understand catalytic systems
  Prof C Hardacre
Applications accepted all year round

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A longstanding challenge in liquid phase chemical science, is understanding the evolution of atomic and molecular structure of catalytically active sites during chemical reaction processes.
  Design and Development of Experiments to Measure the Burn Rate, Temperature and Pressure of Propellants
  Dr C Stennet, Prof J Akhavan
Application Deadline: 25 November 2019

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PhD Type

Slower burning materials such as propellants develop much lower pressures compared to detonating explosives, but over a longer time period, that may well lead to an effectively-static load on a structure.
  NSIRC226 PhD Studentship – Development of laser-based decontamination techniques Coventry University
  Mr A Wilson
Applications accepted all year round

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Institution. National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC). PhD Supervisor. Prof. Jonathan Lawrence; Dr Andrew Wilson. Application deadline.
  PhD vacancy (3 years) on experimental testing of thermoplastic automotive composites
  Prof W VAN PAEPEGEM
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

Thermoplastic composites are gaining more and more interest in automotive, aerospace and sports applications, because of the short cycle times and recycling possibilities.
  PhD vacancy (3 years) on mechanical testing of recyclable vitrimer composites
  Prof W VAN PAEPEGEM
Applications accepted all year round

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Vitrimers are a groundbreaking development in polymer chemistry. This new class of polymers is neither thermoset, nor thermoplastic, but inherits properties from both polymer classes.
  NMR-Driven Design of Ion Transporting Materials
  Dr F Blanc
Application Deadline: 20 March 2020

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PhD Type

Applications are invited for a graduate to join the Department of Chemistry, University of Liverpool, UK for a 36-month Graduate Teaching Assistant PhD studentship.
  Designing better wound dressings that mimic the body
  Dr A Hook, Dr C Merry
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

This project aims to design better wound dressings that can actively promote healing within chronic wounds.
  Exploiting the Collective Behaviour of Catalytic Colloids to Make Optoelectronic Devices
  Dr S Ebbens
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

Catalytic active colloids are able to produce rapid enhanced motion but also possess unusual additional interactions. The interactions can cause colloids to organise into new arrangements that can have interesting optoelectronic properties, which may be used for new technologies.
  Light Actuated Microfluidic Devices for Medical Diagnosis
  Dr S Ebbens
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

The ability to control the motion of colloids within microfluidic devices has significant potential for applications in healthcare diagnostics, where colloids are used to find and concentrate cells and biological molecules for analysis.
  Using Catalytically Powered Microfluidic Transport to Enable Medical Diagnosis
  Dr S Ebbens, Dr X Zhao
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

Microfluidic devices have the potential to enable diagnostic tests to be performed rapidly at the "point-of-care" enabling rapid responses to medical emergencies, and allowing patients to self-monitor medical conditions in their homes.
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