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PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Newcastle

We have 32 PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Newcastle

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We have 32 PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Newcastle

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PhD Studentship - Addressing challenges in investigating causal relationships between environment and healthy ageing

Overview. This project will focus on investigating the environmental impact on disability and health conditions in older people and addressing methodological challenges related to quantitative analysis. Read more

PhD Studentship in Biology: Exploring the Role of Nutrient Transport Mechanisms in Models of Animal-Microbe Symbiosis

Overview. Understanding how symbiotic relationships between microorganisms and host animals are maintained is key to our understanding of how their physiology, ecological dynamics, evolutionary processes and, ultimately, survival are influenced. Read more

PhD Studentship - Investigating the role of CXCR2 signalling in neutrophils in hepatic steatosis

Overview. Liver disease is currently the third biggest cause of premature deaths in the UK and fatty liver disease is predicted to be the leading cause of liver disease in the next decade. . Read more

Water Infrastructure and Resilience (WIRe) CDT PhD studentship: Quantifying and abating greenhouse gas emissions from large wastewater treatment plants

Overview. The PhD project ‘Quantifying and abating greenhouse gas emissions from large wastewater treatment plants’ is an industrial-academic collaboration between Newcastle University and Northumbrian Water Limited. Read more
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Metabolic and physiological profiling using hyperspectral reflectance for quality traits under stress

Vertical farming approaches seek to improve the efficient use of resources to increase production of high-value crops, whilst at the same time imbedding food production efficiently in the supply chain to avoid waste, reduce transport costs (and emissions) and increase sustainability. Read more
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Investigating light-activated therapeutic compounds as antifungal agents

Fungal diseases are responsible for more than 1.5 million deaths and affect over a billion people worldwide. Systemic fungal infections are intrinsically difficult to treat as there are limited classes of antifungal drugs and resistance to these agents is increasing rapidly. Read more

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Renewable Energy Northeast Universities

ReNU is an added value doctoral training programme that will create the next generation of specialists in small scale renewable and sustainable distributed energy applications. Read more

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