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Aim: M3C provides combined research expertise for the professional and personal development of the next generation of arts and humanities doctoral researchers.
No of places: 80 through an Open Doctoral Competition and 6 Collaborative Doctoral Awards
Aim: To deliver world-class doctoral research training in global food security, bioenergy and industrial biotechnology.
No of places: To be confirmed
Aim: To produce research leaders able to tackle the efficient generation of electricity using fossil energy.
Aim: To produce research leaders in Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing.
No of places: 15
Aim: To provide manufacturing research engineers with the skills to impact on composites manufacturing technology.
Aim: Various - see individual programmes for details.
No of places: 3 places per each of the 4 thematic areas
Aim: To combine UK researchers with industry partners and provide a new generation of environmental scientists ready to take on the challenges of a changing world.
Aim: To train future pioneers of the pharmaceutical industry in partnership with UCL, EPSRC and industry.
Aim: To equip graduates to work within the energy sector and provide in-depth training into hydrogen technologies.
No of places:To be confirmed
Aim: To train research leaders for the digital economy, addressing the challenge of digital identity and personal data for the 21st century.
Aim: To train the future technical leaders in metal processing with the required skills needed to lead innovation.
No of places: 14
Aim: To tackle the global issues of food shortages, water scarcity and insufficient clean energy through advanced modelling and data analysis
No of places: 3
Aim: To offer a world-class multidisciplinary environment in which social science research can flourish.
Aim: To deliver world-class doctoral research training in the biomedical sciences, producing the next generation of research leaders in the field of Complex Disease: mechanisms to therapy.
No. of places: 4
Aim: To give graduates the experience to lead and develop non-destructive evaluation methods in diverse industries.
Aim: To train the next generation of research, industry and healthcare professionals, focusing on all aspects of biomedical imaging.
Aim: To equip graduate researchers with the tools and skills needed to translate the potential of cell or tissue based therapies.
Aim: To provide students with first class research training, enabling them to become champions in sustainable chemistry.
Aim: To develop multidisciplinary research scientists who understand the global emergence, spread and persistence of multi-antibiotic resistant bacteria, and discover new strategies to prevent and treat infections.
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