Candidates should have a solid organic chemistry background and be enthusiastic in understanding catalytic processes at molecular level. Candidates should hold, or be expected to achieve, a first class or upper second class Master degree in Chemistry. The post is only open to UK/EU citizens due to funding restrictions. The fellowship will cover tuition fees, as well as a tax-free standard EPSRC stipend for PhD students (£14,777 in 2018-19)
We expect the programme to start in January 2019.
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