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Shine Scholars: PhD funding for Black British students

We are delighted to announce the launch of ten new studentship awards to increase the representation of Black British students at Doctoral level at Surrey. Read more

Introduction and evaluation of a workplace simulator (AMRSim) to improve the understanding and implementation of infection control by staff working in small animal veterinary practices

This studentship aims to determine if the Antimicrobial Resistance Simulator tool (AMRSim | Welcome) can be used to change the behaviour of veterinary staff towards infection control that subsequently results in reduced infection rates and therefore improve animal health and welfare. Read more

SCENARIO: Coatings of Anammox Bacteria for Nitrogen Removal from Contaminated Water (Ref. SC2022_31)

Nitrogen, in the forms of ammonium and nitrates ions, is a serious problem in the UK and elsewhere in water being discharged into the environment because it can harm aquatic ecology and detrimentally affect human health. Read more

SCENARIO: The effect of non-neutral winds on wind power aerodynamics (ref. SC2022_28)

According to the UK government, offshore wind is intended to deliver 40GW of by 2030. As our society becomes ever-more dependent on wind power, it is increasingly important to gain a deeper understanding and more accurate predictability of our wind power availability to guarantee a greener future. Read more

SCENARIO: The aerodynamics of skyscrapers: tall building clusters and the urban environment (ref. SC2022_15)

By 2050 our cities will host 68% of the world’s population, compared to the current 54%, and 33% in the 1960s. This increase is often accomplished by the proliferation of tall buildings (TBs) that maximise the provision of housing and commerce using a limited street-level footprint. Read more

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