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Intellectual Exchange and Innovation Program (IEI Program)

The Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences (IGSES) is a fairly recent addition to the portfolio of Kyushu University graduate schools. Read more

PhD in Plastic Electronics at the University of Kentucky

The Organic Materials and Devices Laboratory (. https://omd.uky.edu). in the School of Chemical and Materials Engineering is looking to hire a full-time, fully-funded PhD student. Read more

Teaching Assistant - Graduate Studies in Computational Physics/Nanotechnology

The Physics Department seeks a Graduate Student with a start date as early as January 2022 (who will be supported by a Teaching Assistantship if successful), with a background in Computational Physics and Nanotechnology. Read more

Department of Biochemistry: 3- and 4-year PhD/DPhil Studentships

The Department of Biochemistry conducts interdisciplinary research applying cutting-edge techniques in bionanotechnology, biophysics, computational biology… Read more

Holsworth Biomedical Microscopy Research Scholarship

A fully-funded PhD stipend is available in Dr Donna Whelan's lab at La Trobe University, Bendigo, Australia. Background. The scholarship will be awarded to an outstanding applicant who is keen to undertake interdisciplinary biomedical research in a collaborative and innovative laboratory. Read more

Elucidating the Environmental Impact of Nanoplastics (NP) through a Mechanistic Understanding of NP-induced Cell Membrane Damage

Plastic pollution is one of the main environmental problems of our time. Due to mismanagement or inadequate recycling practices, up to 300 million tons of plastic end up annually in landfills or are discharged into ecosystems, posing potential threats to aquatic and terrestrial life. Read more

Bioinspired materials: strong and self-healing polymer materials

Biomaterials, for example bone and skin have a remarkable capacity to self-heal. These natural materials are hydrogels, however synthetic hydrogels cannot perform the same task as they are inherently weak and not usually self-healing. Read more

Design of Artificially Nano-structured Materials for Three-dimensional Electrodes and Catalysts (Advert Reference: FAC21/EE/MPEE/HODaniel)

Developing highly active, and low-cost electrocatalysts with superior durability for both the oxygen evolution reaction (OER) and hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) is a grand challenge to produce clean hydrogen through the electrolysis of water. Read more

3D printed electronics

A 3D printer has been developed by the group that combines unprecedented three-dimensional control and material flexibility, to culminate in a new process for 2D patterning and 3D printing of polymeric, organic, semiconducting, or metallic materials into complex shapes. Read more

Multifunctional polymer composites modified with nanofillers to improve electrical conductivity

An exciting PhD research opportunity becomes available to join an interdisciplinary team to create novel multifunctional composite structures with significantly higher electrical conductivity than existing materials. 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

Microfluidic assays for in-field pathogen detection

Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)- and Ribonucleic acid (RNA)-based techniques provide a powerful toolkit for the early detection, identification and tracking of biosecurity related pathogens and invasive species. Read more

Nano biomechanics

In recent years there has been a surge in interest in techniques to measure mechanical properties of living tissue and cells. Biomechanics, especially at the micro and nano-scales are an important aspect of cell and tissue biology as they play an important role in health and disease. Read more

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