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Nanotechnology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 88 Nanotechnology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 88 Nanotechnology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

Continuous Membrane Crystallisation: Next generation resource recovery from wastewater for the circular economy PhD

This project will evolve next generation crystallisation technology that is critical for the production of high value chemicals, the recovery of industrially important chemicals, and as a unit process for the protection of the environment. Read more

Stereolithography 3D Printing of High Temperature Ceramics

Jointly funded by some industrial partners, this project aims to develop a commercially viable solution to design and manufacture high-temperature ceramic material with complex geometries that have never been possible before, a novel LCD-based vat-polymerisation 3D printing system, design by Photocentic ltd. Read more

Stereolithography 3D Printing of Magnetic Material

Jointly funded by some industrial partners, this project aims to develop a commercially viable solution to design and manufacture permanent magnetic material with complex geometries that have never been possible before, using a novel LCD-based vat-polymerisation 3D printing system, design by Photocentic ltd. Read more

Bioinspired Materials for Healthy Clean Water

Project Title. Bioinspired Materials for Healthy Clean Water. Durham University is seeking applications from PhD candidates interested in projects at the intersection of materials, their processed form and their application to environmental challenges such as water treatment. Read more

A new fluorescence approach for rapid cancer detection

Despite the existence of screening and biopsies, the lack of sensitive and affordable tools for early diagnosis and prognosis remain key obstacles to reducing cancer mortality by instigating treatment earlier and enhancing patient's life quality by personalising therapies. Read more

Wireless bioelectrochemistry towards sensing and treating cancer

We are currently seeking applications for a 3 year Ph.D. to join a collaborative international multidisciplinary team to work on a research project aligned with our funded EPSRC’s Healthcare Technology Challenge Award aimed at developing bioelectronic technology to transform healthcare. This is a cross-school Ph.D. Read more

Atomically Thin Gold – Synthesis and Electronic Skin Application

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
We recently discovered a method for the fabrication of atomically thin gold nanosheets (AuNS) - the world’s thinnest free-standing gold. AuNS are flexible, transparent, conducting, and have superior catalytic and enzymatic performance over other gold nanoparticles. Read more

PPLN waveguides

Supervisory Team. Prof Peter G R Smith, Dr Corin Gawith, Dr James Gates, Dr Christopher Holmes. Project description. Our team specialises in the development and manufacturing of novel optoelectronic devices for applications in quantum technology, integrated optical sensors and laser optics. Read more

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