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We have 14 Bioengineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Manchester

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Bioengineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Manchester

We have 14 Bioengineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Manchester

Fur and Feathers: colour, structure and flow control

The objective in this exciting cross-disciplinary project is to investigate the potential of a bio-inspired coating of flexible devices to passively modify energetic modes of an unsteady crossflow and to assess, for the first time, the role of colour in determining mechanical properties. Read more

Novel diagnostics to assess the impact of turbulent flow in cardiovascular disease

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death worldwide. Recently, turbulence in blood flow has been linked with cardiovascular disease progression, however the underlying turbulence-related mechanisms are not well understood. Read more

Human-in-the-loop Generative Models for Experimental Design

The UKRI AI Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Decision Making for Complex Systems is a joint CDT between The University of Manchester and the University of Cambridge. Read more

Protein self assembly induced by multivalent biological metabolites

In addition to being an energy source in biological reactions, recent discoveries suggest adenosine triphosphate (ATP) also plays a critical role in maintaining cell stability and preventing deleterious cellular processes through modulating biomacromolecular self assembly. Read more

Flight mechanics and stability in birds during extreme manoeuvres of take-off and landing

During take-off birds accelerate primarily through from the ground reaction force, with aerodynamics playing a lesser role. In landing things are quite different; birds use mainly aerodynamic drag on the wings to decelerate, with the legs bringing them finally to rest after touchdown. Read more
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