About the Project
Colgate would like to increase our knowledge of how hydrocolloid identity, raw material variation, excipient identity and processing can impact the macro factors of novel formulations. We would like to work with an EngD student to develop a deep understanding of the factors which drive formula robustness in these unique toothpastes. At the end of their EngD they should deliver generalizable conclusions to Colgate which will serve as a toolkit for our formulation scientists going forward, as well as contribute solutions to any on-going challenges. Development of new methods to study these effects will be encouraged as part of the student’s research and is an area for publication
The student will need to work on chemical reactions and also carry this to product scale up on a production scale. The student will gain product development and plant scale engineering experience. While hydrocolloid research has been conducted for toothpaste, these new systems are unique to Colgate.
To be eligible for EPSRC funding candidates must have at least a 2(1) in an Engineering or Scientific discipline or a 2(2) plus MSc. Please email your c.v. to [email protected]. For details on the Engineering Doctorate scheme visit the homepage. Deadline October 30th
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