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  A 3.5 year PhD studentship in development of a simple, cheap, reliable device with shape variant nanoparticles for pathogen sensing
  Prof N T K Thanh
Application Deadline: 15 May 2019
The Studentship. This position is fully funded by the UCL-A*STAR Collaborative Programme via the Centre for Doctoral Training in Molecular Modelling and Materials Science (M3S CDT) at UCL.
  Developing Bone Secondary Microenvironments for Personalised Medicine
  Prof KE Tanner
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
This project is part of the A*STAR Research Attachment Programme, through which students spend the middle 2 years conducting research at one of the A*STAR Research Institutes in Singapore, under the supervision of an A*STAR supervisor.
  Collagen Based Bioactive Electrospun Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Engineering
  Prof KE Tanner
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
This project will be supervised by Professor Liz Tanner School of Engineering and Materials Science, QMUL in collaboration with Dr Karin Hing (QMUL) and Professor Lucy Di Silvio (King’s College London) with support from Collagen Solutions Ltd., Glasgow.
  SolarBioChip: development of a solar bio-battery for printed bioelectronics
  Dr M Sawa, Prof M Shaffer, Prof P J Nixon, Prof K Hellgardt
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
Applications are invited for a fully-funded PhD studentship to work on development of a thin-film biophotovoltaic system based on the interfacing of carbon nanotubes conductor with electrogenic cyanobacteria for bioelectricity generation and storage in next generation printed electronics, more specifically in bioelectronics.
  Why do bones break? The nanomechanics of osteoporotic bone fragility fracture
  Dr R Abel, Prof J Cobb
Application Deadline: 30 June 2019
An opportunity has arisen for a 3-year PhD studentship within the Musculoskeletal Laboratory at Imperial College London. The studentship is funded by the Department of Surgery and Cancer at Imperial College London.
  *Engineering novel cell mimetic membrane architectures
  Dr Y Elani
Applications accepted all year round
*this is a Chemistry departmentally funded studentship (i.e. not funded through the Leverhulme Trust), but the awardee will join the Cellular Bionics and ICB CDT cohorts and bespoke training oportunities.
  Synthetic Extremophiles: Cellular bionics for extreme conditions
  Dr N Brooks
Applications accepted all year round
Funded by the Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarship Programme in Cellular Bionics – 3 year PhD studentships. Supervisors. Dr Nick Brooks | Prof Oscar Ces | Prof Rob Law.
  SolarBioChip: development of a solar bio-battery for printed bioelectronics
  Prof M Shaffer
Applications accepted all year round
Funded by the Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarship Programme in Cellular Bionics – 3 year PhD studentships. Supervisors. Prof Milo Shaffer | Prof Peter Nixon | Prof Klaus Hellgardt.
  On-site assembly of the actin cortex in semi-synthetic cells to control cell mechanics and behaviour
  Dr Y Elani
Applications accepted all year round
Funded by the Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarship Programme in Cellular Bionics – 3 year PhD studentships. Supervisors. Dr Elani Yuval | Dr Nick Brooks | Dr Marina Kuimova.
  Advancing bacterial 3D printing for the production of next-generation bio-materials
  Dr GB Stan
Applications accepted all year round
Funded by the Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarship Programme in Cellular Bionics – 3 year PhD studentships. Supervisors. Dr Guy-Bart Stan | Dr John Heap | Dr Connor Myant.
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