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Materials Science (polymer science) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 26 Materials Science (polymer science) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Smart Polymer nAnoCompositEs (SPACE)

  Research Group: Multiscale Modelling
Polymer nanocomposites (PNCs) are hybrid materials consisting of a polymeric matrix incorporating nanoparticles (NPs). They are paving the path for next-generation smart nanomaterials in energy efficiency and storage, environmental remediation, textile, food and biomedical applications. Read more

Unclonable Chameleon Security Inks

Lanthanide complexes are widely used in luminescent security inks due to their unique and robust photo-physical properties and they can also easily be engineered to undergo circularly polarised luminescence (CPL). Read more

Flexible Polymer-Carbon Composites for Medical Sensing (Polymer Characterisation )

A Four Year PhD Scholarship (2022-2025) in Laser Functionalisation of Flexible Polymer-Carbon Composites for Medical Sensing, specialising in Polymer Characterisation is available immediately from 1 December 2021. Read more

Nanostructured ionomer/vitrimer films of core-shell particles

  Research Group: Polymers and Composites
Synthomer is one of the world's major suppliers of latices and speciality emulsion polymers that are used to make rubber gloves (e.g., surgical gloves). Read more

Polymer thin film preparation and optical modelling for infrared reflectometry, AFM-IR and infrared ellipsometry

  Research Group: Polymers and Composites
The Edmondson research group is based in the Department of Materials at The University of Manchester. Our research sits at the interface of polymer chemistry and polymer characterisation, with particular expertise in. Read more

Laser Functionalisation of Flexible Polymer-Carbon Composites for Medical Sensing (Laser Processing)

A Four Year PhD Scholarship (2022-2025) in  Laser Functionalisation of Flexible Polymer-Carbon Composites for Medical Sensing, specialising in Laser Processing is available immediately from 1 December 2021. Read more

Next-Generation Hydrogen Production Using Polymer Nanotemplates

Hydrogen vehicles are already on the road, and most ICE vehicles can combust hydrogen with simple alterations. The byproduct of combustion is water vapour, making hydrogen one of the most sustainable fuels available. Read more

New polymers and formulations for 3D printing of soft materials

  Research Group: Polymers and Composites
The Edmondson research group is based in the Department of Materials at The University of Manchester. Our research sits at the interface of polymer chemistry and polymer characterisation, with particular expertise in. Read more

Formulation of layered silicate-polymer composite particles for the potential oral delivery of biologics

Oral administration for pharmaceutical actives is the most convenient and preferred method of drug administration but it is challenging to develop oral delivery systems for biologics such as recombinant proteins, peptides, and vaccines. Read more

Formulation of layered silicate-polymer composite particles for the potential oral delivery of biologics

Oral administration for pharmaceutical actives is the most convenient and preferred method of drug administration but it is challenging to develop oral delivery systems for biologics such as recombinant proteins, peptides, and vaccines. Read more

Whatever the weather - effect of environmental conditions on Additive Manufactured (3D Printed) polymer parts

Despite gaining increasing attention throughout a range of industrial sectors, powdered-polymer Additive Manufacturing (AM) processes such as Laser Sintering are being held back by a lack of information about the behaviour of parts in real-life conditions. Read more

Bio-plastic film from cotton wastes

Cotton is the most used and economically the most important natural fibre in the world. During the ginning (cleaning) process and after textile fabrication, huge amounts of cotton motes, gin trash and textile wastes are produced. Read more

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