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  Fully-funded PhD Studentship Digital design, additive manufacture, simulation and testing of multifunctional porous structures
  Prof A Kennedy, Dr D Cheneler
Applications accepted all year round

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Start date. October 2019. This innovative and challenging Ph.D. project will develop and evaluate a simulation-based platform for the design and testing of multifunctional macro porous materials.
  New calcium phosphate bone cements for potential biomaterial applications; bone repair and/or scaffold fabrication
  Prof I Gibson, Prof J M S Skakle
Applications accepted all year round

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Calcium phosphates bone cements are widely used for bone-replacement materials due to their chemical similarity to natural bone but also their ability to set and harden in situ and their ability to be injected as a paste.
  Doctor of Engineering (EngD): High-Reliability Materials for High-Intensity Laser Applications (UnikLasers)
  Prof D Reid
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

Selection and recruitment to this project will be conducted in parallel with our other projects being advertised with UnikLasers.
  SolarBioChip: development of a solar bio-battery for printed bioelectronics
  Prof M Shaffer
Applications accepted all year round

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Funded by the Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarship Programme in Cellular Bionics – 3 year PhD studentships. Supervisors. Prof Milo Shaffer | Prof Peter Nixon | Prof Klaus Hellgardt.
  PhD Studentship (Sponsored by Lloyds Register Foundation) Local detection of hydrogen in steels using neutron diffraction imaging
  Dr K Govender, Ms S Walker
Applications accepted all year round

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Course Description. Background. Steels used in offshore flowlines, pipelines and risers are susceptible to corrosion fatigue in the presence of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and moisture present in oil and gas production fluids.
  3D printed photocatalytic membranes for water purification
  Prof D Mattia
Application Deadline: 1 July 2019

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The accumulation, in the environment and in human food supply chain, of organic micropollutants, drugs, hormones or endocrine disruptors, represents today one of the biggest challenges to public health and the environment in the EU and elsewhere.
  Self-assembling peptide hydrogels for large-scale organoid culture
  Dr M J Ellis
Application Deadline: 1 July 2019

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Cancer in its entirety accounts for 28% of deaths each year in the UK, according to Cancer Research UK data. To design better treatments for cancer, a new, patient-derived “organoid” (’mini organ’) model system has been developed for drug testing.
  Magnox sludge immobilisation in bespoke acid-based geopolymers
  Dr S Bernal, Dr S Adu-Amankwah, Dr L Black
Applications accepted all year round

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Disposal of magnesium-bearing intermediate level waste sludge arising from reprocessed spent fuel from Magnox reactors in the UK presents significant decommissioning challenges.
  Chemical Looping Technology integrated with dehydrogenation process
  Dr V Spallina
Applications accepted all year round

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Advanced energy and chemical plants require new reactors and processes designed to combine high efficiency, attractive economics and reduced pollutant emissions.
  Designing Plastic Solar Cells
  Dr AJ Nedoma
Applications accepted all year round

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Plastic solar cells are an emerging technology that uses polymer semiconductors to generate electricity. Inexpensive, flexible and lightweight, plastic solar cells are easy to manufacture, but have not yet achieved broad commercialisation.
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