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Northumbria University PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 38 Northumbria University PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Measuring and managing what counts - implementing the wellbeing approach to government and governance (Advert Reference: RDF22/BL/LHRM/FRENCH)

Governments, international organisations and social alliances are increasingly adopting high-level ‘wellbeing’ frameworks to catalyse transitions toward sustainable development (Sachs 2012), collective wellbeing (Stiglitz 2019; Costanza et al. Read more
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New cold-water enzymes from polar metagenomes

Driving the decarbonisation of household laundry and dishwashing through discovery of novel enzyme technology from psychrophilic polar organisms for breakthrough cold water cleaning. Read more
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Identification and mechanistic understanding of enzymes optimised for high pH detergent environments

Northumbria and Newcastle Universities are collaborating with Procter & Gamble (P&G) to identify new, sustainable ways of improving detergency and breakdown of dirt on clothes under challenging conditions. Read more
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Sustainable bioconversion of CO2 to industrially valuable solvents

This project will blend metabolic engineering strategies and fermentation process development to enable sustainable production of industrially relevant alcohol solvents in gram-scale from CO. Read more

Bioscience for Sustainable Consumer Products Collaborative Training Partnership (BiSCoP CTP)

P&G is delighted to announce a new BBSRC supported Collaborative Training Partnership for 2023, partnering with Durham, Northumbria and Newcastle Universities, and biotech company Prozomix to provide twelve fully funded PhD studentships. Read more

Stakeholders’ Perceived Experience for Re-Positioning the Urban Parks: Nudging for Voluntary Services and Greener Newcastle (Advert Reference: RDF22/BL/MOS/SHAMS)

Cities contribute significantly to climate change, with a major share of greenhouse gas emission originating from urban regions. Research on urban management and climate adaptation often fails to address different context-based challenges within the overall urban management dynamics (Kythreotis et al., 2020). Read more

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