We have 11 Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Nottingham

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Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Nottingham

We have 11 Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Nottingham

PhD Studentship: Lawn grass microbial fuel cells for widespread energy harvesting - ENG 1738

The University of Nottingham is offering a fully funded 42-month UK-based PhD studentship as part of the Leverhulme Trust Research Project Grant, focusing on "Lawn grass microbial fuel cells for widespread energy harvesting." Supervised by Dr. Read more

Novel subsurface Raman microscopy technologies to enable the development of next-generation drug and implant therapies

Start date. September 2024. Duration. 3.5 years. Raman spectroscopy is a powerful label-free analytical technique that measures the molecular composition of tissue by using light to excite molecular vibrations in the sample and generate Raman scattered photons. Read more

Super-optical resolution imaging using a phonon probe microscope - (ENG 1758)

This exciting opportunity is based within the Optics and Photonics Research Group at the Faculty of Engineering (FoE), University of Nottingham which conducts cutting-edge research into the development of imaging technology for biomedical applications. Read more

Cancer cell diagnostics using biomechanics and artificial intelligence - (ENG 1759)

This exciting opportunity is based within the Optics and Photonics Research Group at the Faculty of Engineering (FoE), University of Nottingham which conducts cutting-edge research into the development of technology for biomedical applications. Read more

How to build and maintain a 3-dimensional polarised epithelial sheet

We are interested in how cells maintain normal cell shape within an epithelium. Correct epithelial cell shape is essential to maintain tissue integrity and when deregulated can cause diseases such as malignant cancers, diabetes, inflammation, and aging. Read more
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