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Continuous Manufacture of Materials for Energy Storage

Manufacturing high performance batteries is a key requirement to address the pressing challenges of climate change. Battery technology is critical in enabling electric vehicles and storing renewable energy. Read more

PhD Studentship in Electrochemical Solar Energy Conversion

Salary. Approximately £17,609 tax-free bursary per annum for up to 3.5 years, plus tuition fees for 3 years. To be eligible for support, applicants must be ‘UK Residents' as defined by the. Read more

Digital manufacturing of rationally designed ice-phobic and ice-shedding surfaces (ASKOUNISA_U22SCI)

Ice accretion is detrimental to a number of areas from airplanes to wind turbines and power cables. Currently, methods to remove ice are either energy-intensive or time consuming leading for example to huge delays in airplane traffic during heavy winter conditions. Read more

Characterisation of Nanoporous Materials Using Adsorption at Cryogenic Conditions

Adsorption measurements at cryogenic conditions are widely used to characterize the textural properties of nanoporous materials. This is based on measuring adsorption equilibrium isotherms using probe molecules, such as argon or nitrogen and it is a general tool applicable to rigid and soft materials. Read more

(BBSRC DTP) Optimisation of protein production from microalgae

Algae are considered as an attractive feedstock for industrial biotechnology that can be cultivated on non-arable land, require minimal inputs (CO2, light, some nutrients), and can be grown on conditions that do not compete with freshwater such as salt water or wastewater. Read more

Using nanoscale vibrations to reduce icing on surfaces

The undesired formation and accumulation of ice on surfaces (“icing”) is not merely annoying, as everyone who has defrosted their car can attest, but also potentially dangerous. Read more

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