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Latest The University of Manchester PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 87 Latest The University of Manchester PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Developing laser-driven terahertz devices to probe the shortest particle accelerator bunches

Terahertz (THz) radiation occupies the sub-mm wavelength region of the electromagnetic spectrum between microwaves and infrared, where it has been historically challenging to create sources and detectors due to the limits of both electronic and photonic technology. Read more

Multiscale investigation of corrosion deposition in high temperature high pressure water for nuclear power plants

We are pleased to present an exciting PhD opportunity in collaboration with Rolls-Royce, providing a unique chance for candidates to participate in a multiscale investigation of corrosion deposition in high-temperature, high-pressure water for nuclear power plants. Read more

(EPSRC) Bioinspired Nanomaterials Based Miniaturised Soft Robots for High Precision Regiospecific Drug Delivery to Malignant Tumours

Cancer is one of the top global public health challenges, estimated to have caused 10M deaths (2020) according to WHO. Throughout the years, standardised therapeutic protocols have been developed and evolved for the treatment of various types of cancers. Read more

(EPSRC) Generation of an AI predictive model capable of identifying prostate and bladder cancer patients that will benefit from radiotherapy.

Prostate and bladder cancer are both malignancies of the urological system affecting 1.8 million people. However, 50% of prostate and 25% of bladder cancer patients are respectively diagnosed as high risk aggressive diseases, both requiring either radical surgery (RS) or radiotherapy (RT)1,2. Read more

Bioinspired Nanomaterials Based Miniaturised Soft Robots for High Precision Regiospecific Drug Delivery to Malignant Tumours

Cancer is one of the top global public health challenges, estimated to have caused 10M deaths (2020) according to WHO. Throughout the years, standardised therapeutic protocols have been developed and evolved for the treatment of various types of cancers. Read more

(EPSRC) Developing WSB-1 inhibitors as anti-cancer therapeutic agents

More effective therapeutic approaches targeting tumour metastases remains a clear area on unmet need in cancer research, especially considering the majority of patients unfortunately die from metastatic rather than primary disease. Read more

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