This is an exciting opportunity to apply solution-oriented strategies by bridging the gap between chemical engineering and life sciences while working in the UK (UNUKC) and Malaysia (UNMC).
Participants are invited to apply for one fully funded 3-year PhD studentship to join The Bioinspired Engineering Research Group (BIERG) at the Manufacturing & Industrial Processes Division (Faculty of Engineering) of the University of Nottingham, a global top 75 University.
The student will work in a dynamic research environment, as part of a multi-disciplinary team of researchers, and will undertake interdisciplinary research on bioprocessing strategies to convert carbon dioxide into marketable carbonates [More].
We create products that give welfare to people and respect the environment –inspired in life…
The University of Nottingham (Malaysia)
Ernesto has joined the University of Nottingham team. While assigned at its Malaysia campus, he will teach and deliver solution-oriented knowledge for the creation of sustainable chemicals and materials.
The Technological Plasma Group in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics at the University of Liverpool invites applicants for a full time PhD position in the area of plasma-catalysis for environmental pollution control. Download details.
The Dragon’s Den, where young people sat on a panel where a number of scientists pitched their fun idea to the young people for an event they want to do. The young people (Dragons) chose and funded an idea, and spent the afternoon action-planning the event alongside the scientists.
“Bacteria party” was the winning idea, which was presented by the ‘B team’ from the School of Pharmacy at the University of Manchester. It includes cake and goodie bags alongside games, interactive exhibits and poster displays to celebrate the good and bad sides of bugs, germs and bacteria and how they affect our lives. The event inspired the local community to learn about science. Young people and scientists run the event together as part of the Manchester Science Festival’s community awards. This event was included in the Science week program organised by MOSI.
Wednesday 27 October 19:00 – 22:00, International Anthony Burgess Foundation.
Ernesto Hernandez, Robert Bachman and R.G. Edyvean have recently published in Anaerobe a study dealing with the measurement of biomass concentration using a low-cost and time-saving chemical based method. More…