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Materials Science (porous) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 19 Materials Science (porous) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Development of highly stable porous composite membranes for separation of greenhouse gases

  Research Group: Chemistry and Biosciences
Metal-organic frameworks or MOFs are a class of porous materials made of metal ions and rigid organic linkers, which are known as secondary building units or SBUs. Read more

Hierarchical porous architectures for catalytic cascade reactions

  Research Group: Catalysis and Porous Materials
A catalyst is a substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction without being consumed, offering greater energy efficiency relative to non-catalytic pathways. Read more

Reactive inkjet printing - silk porous structures for catalysis?

Silk stirrers and silk ‘rockets’ have been produced using reactive inkjet printing. The purpose of this PhD topic is to investigate the degree of porosity that the silk structures contain. Read more

Characterisation of the porous media used in PEM fuel cells

Proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells are one of the most promising clean power conversion technology that has been increasingly adopted by several countries to reduce the emission of the greenhouse gas emissions. Read more

Synthesis and functional studies of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) derived from high oxidation state metal ions

  Research Group: Chemistry and Biosciences
Metal-organic frameworks or MOFs are a class of porous materials made of metal ions and rigid organic linkers which are known secondary building units or SBUs. 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

New methods of carbon capture using green materials

The Paris Agreement set the goal of limiting the post-industrial global temperature increase to 1.5 °C and reducing the impact of point-source emitters of contributing greenhouse gases is essential in realising this ambition. Read more

Topological optimisation to enable post processing of additively manufactured implants

Additive manufacture (AM) of patient specific implants is rapidly growing across healthcare sectors. The versatility of AM has allowed for precise surgical planning and the generation of implants that accurately conform to the patient’s defect anatomy with minimal site preparation. Read more

Healthcare Technologies Institute and Chemical Engineering

Additive manufacture (AM) of patient specific implants is rapidly growing across healthcare sectors. The versatility of AM has allowed for precise surgical planning and the generation of implants that accurately conform to the patient’s defect anatomy with minimal site preparation. Read more

Synthesis of Carbon-rich Molecular Materials

New carbon-rich molecular materials, based on well-defined nanographenes and other novel polyaromatic architectures, will be rationally synthesised to better understand structure-property relationships. Read more

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