About the Project
In this proposal, we address these challenges and would like to investigate a few strategies to overcome them on model compounds including a fungicide and a cosmetic oil to demonstrate the flexibility:
- Using organic but highly hydrolysable polymers like polyacetal or polyorthoester
- Using fully inorganic shell or inorganic/metallic shell based on, e.g. calcium carbonate or calcium phosphate.
- Using hybrid shell based on small organic molecules or polymer in combination with inorganic material
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 Sept 25 2020
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