We have 7 Latest Environmental Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Latest Environmental Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 7 Latest Environmental Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

PhD Studentship in Solar Chemical Technologies

A PhD studentship is available at the University of Cambridge, starting in October 2025 under the supervision of Professor Erwin Reisner in the Yusuf Hamied Department of Chemistry. Read more

PhD Studentship in Chemistry for Catalytic CO2 Utilisation

A PhD studentship is available at the University of Cambridge, starting in October 2025 under the supervision of Professor Erwin Reisner in the Yusuf Hamied Department of Chemistry. Read more

Fully funded PhD Studentship in decontamination of drinking water supplies (removal of dissolved organic carbon) by novel magneto-composite design and processing

This PhD studentship is an exciting, fully funded opportunity to work as part of an internationally renowned scientific and engineering team to develop a new innovative technology to meet and overcome the serious challenges of increasing dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in the UK’s drinking water supplies. Read more
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Breaking the salt barrier: catalysts for efficient seawater electrolysis PhD

A viable path toward attaining energy sustainability is the production of green hydrogen using renewable energy sources. Nonetheless, conventional water electrolysis technologies predominantly rely on freshwater, exacerbating strain on already limited resources. Read more

Defining how inter-bacterial symbioses regulate aquatic ecosystem health (PhD Project)

Planktonic bacteria play crucial roles in regulating the productivity, health and function of aquatic ecosystems. Recent evidence suggests that the growth and ecological impacts of aquatic bacteria is potentially strongly regulated by previously over-looked inter-bacterial interactions. Read more
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