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(BBSRC DTP) Mechanisms of cardiac longevity in the world's longest living vertebrate, The Greenland Shark

The life span of the Greenland shark is at least 272 years and may be as long as 500 years making this animal the longest living vertebrate on the planet1.  It was one of the lesser-known species of sharks up until 2016 when its extreme longevity was revealed. Read more

Mapping ancient biomolecule degradation through omics methods

The University of Manchester faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health (. https://www.bmh.manchester.ac.uk/. ) is offering a unique self-funded PhD studentship in mapping ancient biomolecule degradation using omics techniques. The KNH Centre of Biomedical Egyptology at the University of Manchester (. Read more

Macroevolutionary patterns in mammalian locomotion

  Research Group: Interdisciplinary Centre for Ancient Life
PhD research in the lab of Dr. Katrina Jones investigating macroevolutionary patterns in mammalian locomotion. The lab uses a combination of quantitative shape analysis, biomechanics, and macroevolutionary analyses to understand major transitions in the evolution of mammals and their extinct relatives. Read more

Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy optimisation

University College Cork, Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy. Mission statement  .  To enhance patient outcomes through clinical applied medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy (MIRT) research. Read more

What is the impact of Police Intervention into Drug Market activity?

  Research Group: Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group
Research Group. Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group. Proposed supervisory team. Joanne Morrissey. This project will be jointly supervised with . Read more

Development of latent fingermarks using wet powder suspensions

  Research Group: Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group
Research Group. Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group. Proposed supervisory team. Dr Kyp Georgiou. This project will be jointly supervised with . Read more

Development of latent fingermarks on challenging surfaces

  Research Group: Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group
Research Group. Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group. Proposed supervisory team. Dr Leesa Ferguson. This project will be jointly supervised with . Read more

Development of latent fingermarks from eco-friendly plastic bags

  Research Group: Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group
Research Group. Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group. Proposed supervisory team. Dr Kyp Georgiou. This project will be jointly supervised with . Read more

Assessing the stability of new psychoactive substances

  Research Group: Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group
Research Group. Forensic and Investigative Sciences Research Group. Proposed supervisory team. Dr Lorna Nisbet. Dr Karen Scott (Arcadia University, USA). Read more

Automating Creation Randomised Digital Evidence Crime scene Device Images for Digital Forensics and Incident Response Education

  Research Group: Cyber Security and Networking Research Group
Research Group. Cyber Security and Networking Research Group. Proposed supervisory team. Adrian Winckles. Theme. Cyber Security and Digital Forensics Training Resources. Read more

Autonomous Microfluidic Platform for Healthcare Applications

The vision is to develop a complete, self-contained and self-powered microfluidic platform that has the sensitivity and selectivity of the current best clinical diagnostics (such as ELISA) but which can be used by anybody, anywhere and at any time with results reported in minutes. Read more

Understanding and measuring individual differences in attentional control

Attentional control – the ability to monitor and control ongoing thoughts and actions – is thought to account for a substantial amount of individual differences in working memory capacity and fluid intelligence (e.g., Kane & Engle, 2003). Read more

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