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OP2330 Microfibres in soils: detection, degradation and impact

NERC ONE Planet DTP. Microplastic pollution is a global concern, with plastics now considered a marker of the Anthropocene. One of the major sources of microplastic pollution has been shown to be microfibres, released from clothing and other textile items. Read more

E-textiles to Empower Ageing Communities

Recent advances have facilitated the development of electronic textiles (E- textiles) with the capacity to monitor physiological parameters and to alert users to emerging problems, such as an elevated heart rate. Read more

Department of Design (Advert Reference: RDF23/ADSS/DESIGN)

These studentships are extremely popular and very competitive. We therefore recommend that you contact the PGR Subject Lead in the Department of Design as soon as possible (and significantly before the deadline for submission of your proposal), so that he can connect you with an appropriate supervisor. Read more

Environment and Health: Influence of Microplastic and Nanoplastics on Lung Cells

Project Highlights. Exploratory research on how microplastics and nanoplastics (MNPLs) impact on human health. Study of how MNPLs affect long diseases by assessing their influence on smooth muscle and epithelial bacterial cells. Read more

E-Textiles Engineering: Triboelectric Energy Harvesting

Supervisory Team.   S P Beeby and R Torah. Project description. Electronic textiles, or e-textiles, refers to the addition of electronics, sensors, actuators, energy harvesters and energy storage within fabric materials. Read more

E-Textiles Engineering: Sensing

Supervisory Team.   S P Beeby and R Torah. Project description. Electronic textiles, or e-textiles, refers to the addition of electronics, sensors, actuators, energy harvesters and energy storage within fabric materials. Read more

E-Textiles Engineering: Energy Storage

Supervisory Team. S P Beeby and R Torah. Project description. Electronic textiles, or e-textiles, refers to the addition of electronics, sensors, actuators, energy harvesters and energy storage within fabric materials. Read more

Deep Learning based Computer Graphics for Creating Virtual Characters

This project focuses on human motion and body/facial shape data with deep neural network to synthesize virtual characters for computer graphics, animation and games. Read more
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