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PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Stoke on Trent

We have 24 PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Stoke on Trent

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Advancing Osteochondral Allografts and Cell Therapies Using Cryobiology, Biomechanical Testing and Advanced Imaging Techniques

Patients with osteochondral defects will likely develop osteoarthritis is left untreated. One of the surgical procedures used to treat these defects is to implant donor cartilage and bone from fresh osteochondral allografts (OCA). Read more
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An integrated flow and computational platform to unlock the potential of biocatalysis

This project will develop new modelling approaches to change how biocatalysis is optimised for organic synthesis. The step-change will be the type of data that is used to create these models, and how that data is collected and used. Read more
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History - funded postgraduate research opportunity

Keele historians are enthusiastic, reflective and ambitious scholars. Research interests include: Medieval History; Early modern British History; Modern British; European, African and Asian History; Local History; Public History; History of Medicine; Gender History; Imperial History; Religious History. Read more
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Social Work - funded postgraduate research opportunity

The social work group in the Centre for Social policy (CSP), a key component of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is committed to excellence in research that develops knowledge about social work and that can be applied to advance the quality of professional practice for the benefit of people that use social work, in the region, nationally and internationally. Read more
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Health Policy and Governance - funded postgraduate research opportunity

Health policy and governance research includes comparative and international health studies, studies of the health policy making and implementation process and public health policy (especially multi-sectoral and multi-organisational collaboration to address health inequalities). Read more
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Social Policy - funded postgraduate research opportunity

Research in Social Policy at Keele extends across the life course, from early childhood to older age. There is a particular focus on inter-disciplinary approaches to understanding major issues affecting society, locating these in the context of the economic and social changes associated with globalization. Read more
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Law - funded postgraduate research opportunity

The legal academics within the Law School build on Keele University’s long-standing reputation for excellence in socio-legal scholarship and contextually-aware doctrinal legal work. Read more
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Harnessing flow biocatalysis as an enabling technology for manufacturing oligonucleotide therapeutics

Oligonucleotide therapeutics are an emergent drug modality and consist of modified or unmodified short nucleic acid sequences; these include antisense oligonucleotides (ASOs), small interfering RNA (siRNAs), microRNA (miRNAs), aptamers, and DNAzymes. Read more

Benchmark stars for the PLATO mission and large spectroscopic surveys

Stellar astrophysics relies on benchmark stars for testing and calibrating stellar models. There are very few good benchmark stars that are suitable for calibrating models of Sun-like stars observed by large spectroscopic surveys or ESAs next big planet-finding mission PLATO. Read more

3D (magneto-) hydrodynamic simulations of massive stars

Massive stars play a key role in the Universe through their high ionising flux, the powerful explosions that usually mark their death and the chemical elements they produce. Read more

In search of runaway stars

Most stars in our galaxy move in more or less orderly orbits, but in recent decades astronomers have identified some stars that are moving considerably faster than expected; these are runaway stars. Read more

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