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Materials Science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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(BBSRC) Shedding light on the functioning of root-fungal symbioses with high resolution isotopic imaging

In this exciting multi-disciplinary project, you will work at the interface between physical and biological sciences, using the latest technologies in both to address key questions that underlie food security in the face of changing climates. Read more
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Research Studentship in Biotechnology and Control Engineering

Research Studentship in Biotechnology and Control Engineering. 3.5-year D.Phil. studentship. Project. Building new robotics to control and interact with biology. Read more
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(BBSRC DTP) Detecting and differentiating pathogens by binding their surface glycans

The “sugar coating” on cells and viruses acts like a fingerprint. These glycoproteins and glycolipids affect pathogen virulence through binding to host receptors, forming resistant biofilms, and stimulating immune responses. Read more

Various topics in the modelling of microscale systems, smart material dynamics, and microbot propulsion - 1 studentship

I am interested in how we can combine soft responsive materials, such as thermoresponsive hydrogels, with active flow driving components, to create smart microscale systems, such as shape-shifting microscale robots. Read more

Processing and characterisation of Ti-Fe alloys as hydrogen storage materials from New Zealand feedstocks

Green hydrogen will become a pivotal vector to carry and store renewable energy in a future net-zero carbon world. Ti-Fe alloys demonstrate high hydrogen uptake at ambient conditions and are an attractive candidate material for stationary bulk hydrogen storage applications. Read more

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