Latest Science Jobs

University of Birmingham - College of Engineering and Physical Sciences
Placed on: 27/02/2019 Salary: £0.00 . Fully-funded 4-year PhD studentships
Closes 30 Apr
The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Topological Design is the UK’s centre of excellence in Topological Science and Engineering. Future generations of technology need innovative, interdisciplinary scientists.  Here at the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Topological Design we are training the next generation of these scientists and...
Imperial College London - Department of Chemistry
Placed on: 27/02/2019 Salary: £37486.00 to £46499.00 . per annum
Closes 03 Apr
We are seeking three outstanding chemical biologists to lead and collaborate on ongoing drug target discovery and validation projects in the field of cancer, in the group of Professor Ed Tate. The positions are available full time from May 2019, or as soon as possible thereafter, for 36 months in the first instance, and are funded by Cancer Research UK...
WMG, The University of Warwick
Placed on: 27/02/2019 Salary: £30395.00 to £39609.00 . per annum
Closes 28 Mar
Fixed Term, Full-Time Contract until 31 August 2021 36.5 hours per week (100% FTE) We are looking for a hands-on technologist to work with local manufacturers to help them implement digital manufacturing technologies. Could you use your skills and experience to help to grow the capabilities of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)? Do you have a...
University of Bristol - School of Chemistry
Placed on: 27/02/2019 Salary: £14777.00 . annual stipend, travel funds and research allowance
Closes 29 Mar
This fully-funded 4-year PhD studentship is a unique opportunity to carry out interdisciplinary research at the University of Bristol. This studentship is funded by a Royal Society grant to enhance Dr Mélanie Roffet-Salque’s Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship. The project: Although the expression of the soil water stable isotope signal in plants...
University of Warwick - Department of Chemistry
Placed on: 27/02/2019 Salary: £30395.00 to £39609.00 . per annum
Closes 27 Mar
Start Date: As soon as possible, after interviews have taken place. The Department of Chemistry is seeking to recruit a Scientific Glassblower to provide a wide variety of glassblowing services to the department under the lead of the Technical Services Manager. Services will include design, construction, installation, repair and modification of...
University of Birmingham - School of Biosciences
Placed on: 27/02/2019 Salary: £30395.00 to £39609.00 . per annum, with potential progression once in post to £42,036 a year.
Closes 31 Mar
Grade/band Grade 7 Full time starting salary is normally in the range £30,395 to £39,609. With potential progression once in post to £42,036 a year. We seek to recruit a Research Fellow in Mass Spectrometry to undertake research as part of the EPSRC funded programme ‘NAMS: Native ambient mass spectrometry’. The post...
Closes 15 Apr
Studentship Description Developing high performance energy storage devices such as batteries or supercapacitors are important for portable electronics, vehicle electrification and smart grid, while developing techniques for electrochemical monitoring that offer higher spatial and temporal resolution would open up new ways to study electrochemical...
Loughborough University - Department of Geography and Environment
Placed on: 27/02/2019 Salary: £30395.00 to £38460.00 . per annum. Subject to an annual pay award.
Closes 27 Mar
Full-time and fixed-term for up to 12 months This is an exciting opportunity for someone with a strong programming and scientific software development background to work in a NERC-funded project on flood nowcasting for emergency responders. The post is located in the Department of Geography & Environment, School of Social Sciences, at Loughborough...
University of Surrey - Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in MiNMaT (Micro- and NanoMaterials and Technologies)
Placed on: 27/02/2019 Salary: £0.00 . Full stipend is paid at around £20,000 pa
Closes 01 Aug
Studentship description Metallic additive manufacture (AM) is an exciting emerging technology that is changing the way advanced engineering structures are made. This project is the first time that flux-cored wires have been explored for next generation additive manufacturing of advanced materials for automotive, aerospace and defence applications. This...
University of Surrey - Advanced Technology Institute (ATI) / Department of Physics
Placed on: 27/02/2019 Salary: £0.00 . The studentship is fully-funded for UK applicants. For EU applicants, the award covers the University fees only.
Closes 30 Mar
This iCASE (industrial Cooperative Awards in Science and Technology) project aims to revolutionise how we measure temperature. Temperature sensors are ubiquitous and have been developed to meet almost every niche requirement. However, the working standard for thermometers has barely changed in the last century and their manufacture is still relatively...
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