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The University of Manchester Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Science and Engineering PhDs: transform your future at Manchester

A Manchester PhD could change your tomorrow. Imagine a future where you're funded to research your passion project, using world-leading facilities. Read more

Impact of impurity elements on the corrosion performance of high strength 6xxx aluminium alloys

Applications are invited for a full time EPSRC Industrial CASE PhD studentship in research on the impact of impurity elements on the corrosion performance of high strength 6xxx aluminium alloys at the Department of Materials, The University of Manchester and in collaboration with Constellium. Read more
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ABM CDT Detecting and discriminating between viruses using sugar–lectin interactions on graphene field-effect transistors

Rapid, inexpensive diagnostics for viral infection are essential to curbing their spread, whether are transmitted sexually like HIV or human papilloma virus, through fomites like norovirus, or in the air like SARS-CoV-2 and influenza. Read more
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ABM CDT Comparison of pluripotent and multipotent stem cells in articular cartilage bioprinting

Articular cartilage (AC) defects are one of the major causes of immobility and poor quality of life for millions of individuals worldwide, but current medical therapies fail to provide long-term restoration of pain-free function. Read more
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ABM CDT Development of bioinks and bioprinting methods to model the human mammary gland

Mechanical signals within a tissue are required to establish and maintain its function. Consequently, alterations in the properties of the extracellular environment can give rise to perturbed signals, leading to a range of pathological conditions including cancer. Read more

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