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Tuning of 2D material for wearable devices and biomedical applications.

ATU Sligo is offering a fully funded PhD studentship. The main research work will be carried out in ATU Sligo; however, this project is a collaboration with external university therefore part of reach work may be carried out in other universities. Read more

PhD studentship to investigate the impact of outreach activities on the aspirations and career choices of school pupils

The aim of this PhD is to evaluate the impact of outreach activities on school children. We have been running targeted outreach activities through our award-winning ChemBAM project for the past few years. Read more

Fully Funded PhD in Sustainable Catalysis

The transition toward an environmental friendly economy based on the use of renewable energy and alternative raw materials replacing fossil resources is one of the main scientific challenges of our time. Read more

Wastewater sludge to hydrogen via direct biogenic electrolysis

  Research Group: Architecture, Built Environment and Planning
Wastewater sludge is the by-product of wastewater treatment plants. Currently, 13.5 million tonnes of dry sludge are produced in Europe annually, 1.5 million tonnes in the UK, and further increase has been projected with population growth. Read more

Mechanically interlocked molecules in functional polymeric materials

A PhD studentship is available in the group of Dr Jamie Lewis, co-supervised by Dr Chiara Arno (University of Birmingham), on the synthesis of polymeric materials incorporating mechanically interlocked molecules. Read more

Frequency Comb Spectroscopy for Volatile Organic Compound Emission Profiling

A fully funded (3.5 years) PhD position in the field of frequency comb laser spectroscopy for use in gas phase molecular sensing is available in the group of Dr Julia Lehman at the University of Birmingham. Read more

Stimuli responsive nanoparticles for antibiotic delivery in Gram negative bacteria

Gram-negative bacterial species, including E. coli, are major causes of infectious diseases worldwide and account for all organisms in the “critical” category of the WHO list of antibiotic-resistant "priority pathogens". Read more

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