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Complete a funded Masters by Research

The Eco-I NW project is offering funding for 12-month business-sponsored Masters by Research projects at Lancaster University. Successful candidates will be at the interface of research, academia and business innovation, working alongside a sponsor business partner and academic colleagues at the university. Read more

Sustainable entrepreneurial thinking in SMEs (SETS)

This 12 month Master's by Research project in collaboration with Envirofly aims to develop University-Business Collaborations within developing economies to address key environmental challenges. Read more

Electric Vehicle Charge Point Process Optimisation

This 12 month Masters by Research project in collaboration with Charge My Street aims to improve a business decision process, leading to increased efficiency when identifying electric vehicle charge point sites #mgtscience. Read more
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Utilising object detection and classification algorithms to accelerate battery R&D

This 12 month Master's by Research project in collaboration with Cellerate aiming to build automated systems which accelerate battery research, development and production by utilising algorithms from large image datasets. Read more
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Identifying sustainable solutions for carpet and textile flooring waste

This 12 month Master's by Research project in collaboration with Carpet Recycling UK aims to inspire real change in the carpet and textile flooring sector by finding more sustainable outlets for the waste that gets produced. Read more

PhD CASE Studentship: Systematic Avenues to Sustainable Investing

This is a 1+3 years studentship between the Department of Accounting and Finance at Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) and our industry partner Robeco, funded by the ESRC – Northwest Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership. Read more

Photosensitisation of silicon using molecular layers

Background. Currently silicon solar cells are used in approximately 90% of the world photovoltaic (PV) production with the highly crystalline material used to constitute a significant cost of the final PV module price. Read more

Transition Metal Oxide Catalysts for Anion Exchange Membrane Water Electrolysers (AEMWE)

A full PhD studentship (3.5-year stipend at. UKRI. rates, £16,062 in year one, and tuition fees at UK rate) is offered at the Department of Engineering, Lancaster University, UK to undertake research in developing new catalyst materials for use in Anion exchange membrane water electrolysers. Read more
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The Genesis of Volcanic Ash

Project Description. Fine-grained volcanic ash is created during pyroclast collisions within energetic volcanic flows in conduits, jets, and pyroclastic density currents. Read more
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(Hazardous) Sanitation Labour: Historical Legacies and Shifting Realities

Project Description. Around the world, sanitary workers continue to manually handle human faeces on streets, in drains, latrines, sewers and septic tanks. Read more
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Radar characterisation of volcanic plumes

Project Description. Explosive volcanic eruptions can generate ash plumes that present a global hazard. To improve our forecasts of plume dispersal, radar remote sensing could provide real-time measurements for assimilation into plume dispersal models. Read more
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Tracking Greenland’s Elusive Glaciers from Space

Project Description. This project offers the exciting opportunity to advance understanding of the contribution of Greenlandic glaciers to global sea-level rise. Read more

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