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PhD opportunities with the Institute for Digital Technologies at Loughborough University London

 . PhD. 3 years full-time; 6 years part-time. Start dates. January, April, July, October. Entry Requirements. An honours degree [2:1 or above] or equivalent overseas qualification. Read more

Brain and body speed

  Research Group: Cognitive Neuroscience
What determines how fast and efficiently visual information can be used to guide actions? Efficient decisions? Fast sensory or motor pathways? Ability to focus our attention and avoid distraction? Even in the simplest tasks (pressing a button in response to a flash), speed of response demonstrates robust inter-individual and within-individual variability. Read more

Research Opportunities in the Department of Education

Join one of our four research centres and benefit from a department with a network of academic contacts and regular seminars and events to support you as you follow your passion. Read more

Benchmark stars for the PLATO mission and large spectroscopic surveys

Stellar astrophysics relies on benchmark stars for testing and calibrating stellar models. There are very few good benchmark stars that are suitable for calibrating models of Sun-like stars observed by large spectroscopic surveys or ESAs next big planet-finding mission PLATO. Read more

3D (magneto-) hydrodynamic simulations of massive stars

Massive stars play a key role in the Universe through their high ionising flux, the powerful explosions that usually mark their death and the chemical elements they produce. Read more

In search of runaway stars

Most stars in our galaxy move in more or less orderly orbits, but in recent decades astronomers have identified some stars that are moving considerably faster than expected; these are runaway stars. Read more

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