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Inorganic Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 39 Inorganic Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Optimising Ti6-oxo-alkoxide clusters: molecules and metal-organic frameworks for visible light driven photocatalysis

Sustainable processes are a key requirement for future society, therefore, new methods to prepare important commodity chemicals and liquid fuels must be discovered which use sustainable energy (sunlight) and plentiful reagents (oxygen, carbon dioxide). Read more

Exploiting 17O solid-state NMR spectroscopy of catalysts and porous solids

This PhD studentship is an exciting opportunity to develop new approaches to solid-state NMR in collaboration with industry. 17O solid-state Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is an excellent local probe of ordered and disordered materials, due to its large chemical shift range giving excellent discrimination between bulk and defect sites. Read more

Geological Fate and Impact of Isosaccharinic acid (Geo-FISA)

About the Project. The nuclear fuel cycle has generated higher-level radioactive wastes that will be disposed of in a deep geological facility (GDF) that will provide multiple barriers to the migration of radionuclides to the surface over prolonged timescales (tens of thousands of years). Read more

Low-oxidation state aluminium chemistry: carbon-carbon bond forming reactions

Applications are invited for a 3.5-year (42 month) PhD studentship entitled “Low-oxidation state aluminium chemistry. carbon-carbon bond forming reaction” based in the Cowley group supervised by Dr Michael Cowley, and co-supervised by Prof. Read more
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PhD in Chemistry - Inorganic systems for catalytic conversion of small molecules to useful chemicals

Highly motivated and ambitious candidates are invited to apply for a fully-funded PhD studentship in the Miras Group at the School of Chemistry, University of Glasgow (. Read more

Ammonia Electrochemical synthesis for CO2-free energy applications

Ammonia Electrochemical synthesis for CO2-free energy applications. The development of low-cost, high-performance energy storage and conversion devices are critical for an environmentally sustainable future free of CO2 emissions. Read more

Metal-based DNA Hybrid Nanomaterials

We are currently recruiting a candidate to undertake fundamental studies in the design and intrinsic self-assembly of DNA in the presence of metals for next-generation sensors and drug delivery systems. Read more

Supramolecular sensors for neurotransmitters

Neurological diseases are a leading cause of disability worldwide. Neurotransmitters (e.g. dopamine) are key molecules in neuronal communication, making their detection and quantification vital for medical diagnostics and therapeutics. Read more

Development of fluorescent sensors for biological application

We are looking for a highly motivated, passionate and competitive candidate to carry out PhD research in fluorescent sensing and chemical biology in an international team working on the development of chemical sensors for biological studies. Read more

Understanding sensitisation by platinum group metal compounds

Project Summary. Why are some PGM complexes respiratory and dermal sensitisers when others are not? Early screening work proposed that it was Pt halides that were allergenic, but a number of non-halide, non-Pt compounds have since also proved sensitising. Read more
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Novel Additives to Enhance the Performance of Low Carbon Cements for a Net Zero Future

Cement is the ‘glue’ in concrete, the foundation upon which our modern civilisation is built. However, this comes with a huge environmental cost - cement production generates 8% of global CO. Read more

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