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Swansea University - Engineering
Placed on: 17/04/2019 Salary: £20,000 per annum
Closes 27 May
Start date: October 2019Supervisor: Dr C Tsoi Dr T Watson Sponsoring company: NSG Group Organic Solar Cells can be fabricated by solution process which is low cost and enables high throughput sheet-to-sheet and roll-to-roll manufacturing. Power conversion efficiency for single junction cell of >15% has recently been achieved along...
University of Leeds - Faculty of Biological Sciences - Biological Sciences Faculty Offices
Placed on: 16/04/2019 Salary: £16,460 to £16,766 p.a., Grade 2
Closes 28 May
Do you have an aptitude for science and in particular working in a laboratory environment? Do you want to begin your career as a technician in one of the top Universities in the country?  We are looking to appoint four apprentices, eager to start their career as a Laboratory Technician. Each apprentice will provide support to several areas within...
Swansea University - Engineering
Placed on: 16/04/2019 Salary: £20,000 per annum
Closes 27 May
Start date: October 2019Supervisor: Dr L Sackett and Dr H CockingsSponsoring company: TATA Steel This doctorate is supported by the EPSRC funded Prosperity Partnership on Rapid Alloy Development. Advanced High Strength Steels (AHSS) are widely used in the automotive industry, offering both high strength and lightweight...
University of Warwick - Department of Chemistry
Placed on: 16/04/2019 Salary: Up to £57,862 per year, including the mobility and family allowance
Closes 16 Jul
Funding for: EU Students, International Students Living allowance: Up to €65,057 per year, including the mobility and family allowance Two Marie Curie PhD posts in the Warwick Electrochemistry and Interfaces Group “Breaking Bad Biofilms. Innovative Analysis and Design Rules for Next-Generation Antifouling Interfaces” We are...
The University of Manchester
Placed on: 16/04/2019 Salary: £14,777
Closes 31 May
Supervisors: Prof Alberto Saiani Project Description Hydrogels have shown significant potential as scaffold of 3D cell culture and tissue engineering applications. In parallel in recent years 3D-bioprinting has become a method of choice for the design and manufacturing of novel biomedical implants or for high through put model cellular printing for...
University of Southampton
Placed on: 16/04/2019 Salary: £18,000 tax-free enhanced stipend per annum
Closes 31 Aug
Supervisor: Dr. Natalie Wheeler Project description This project aims to develop an ultra-high sensitivity, multispecies Raman-based gas sensor. This sensor would be suitable for applications such as environmental sensing (e.g. of greenhouse gases) and advanced medical diagnostics (e.g. breath analysis for early and non-invasive disease...
University of Southampton
Placed on: 16/04/2019 Salary: £18,000 tax-free enhanced stipend per annum
Closes 31 Aug
Supervisor: Dr. Natalie Wheeler                      Co-supervisors: Prof. Francesco Poletti, Dr. Tom Bradley        Project description This project focusses on exploiting novel hollow core fibres to make new...
University of Birmingham - School of Chemical Engineering
Placed on: 16/04/2019 Salary: Not specified.
Closes 31 Aug
Traditional beer production is one of the oldest biotechnology processes, however there is increasingly a demand for further innovation to create new and higher quality product lines as well as improved production economics. Several approaches have been taken in recent years to address this demand such as utilising alternative yeasts for higher gravity...
Closes 15 Jul
Start date: ASAP Project Overview The development of new steels to meet modern marked demands cause significant challenges with respect to reduce corrosion during production. Whilst the rolling and coating of flat products, especially for the automotive industry is inevitable, the heating cycles will lead to the formation of oxides at the surface,...
University of Nottingham - Engineering
Placed on: 16/04/2019 Salary: £18,000 per annum for four years
Closes 15 Jul
Location: UK Other Applications are sought for a PhD position at the University of Nottingham addressing the specific engineering details of aeroengine blade behaviour during tip-rub events. The successful candidate will have a first-class or upper second-class honours degree in mechanical engineering. This Industrial CASE studentship is open to...
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