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Funded PhD Opportunity - An Investigation of The Bacteriostatic and Bacteriocidal Modes of Action of Biosurfactants on Various Bacteria. | Ulster University

Microbial biosurfactants have been investigated extensively in the last few years as alternatives to chemical surfactants in a wide range of commercial products including personal care products, such as toothpaste, shampoos, skin cleansers and

Funded PhD Opportunity - Annovate – enabling meaningful dataset insight through novel annotation mechanisms and approaches to dataset development | Ulster University

Recently there has been an exponential increase in the quantity of data that is being produced globally. Recent estimates indicate that there are 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created every day with this number set

Funded PhD Opportunity - Application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour to understand health-related help-seeking among farmers | Ulster University

In addition to the essential criteria noted below, the Degree (or equivalent) qualification must be in Psychology or a closely related discipline. We will accept applications from candidates who are about to hold* a minimum

Funded PhD Opportunity - Application of three-dimensional (3D) printing technology for development of novel in-vitro disease models, diagnostics and therapeutics for bowel cancer. | Ulster University

Introduction: Colo-rectal cancer (CRC) is a multifactorial disease with no therapeutic cure. Recent statistics suggest that 41,300 new cases of bowel cancer were registered in the UK in 2014, that’s 110 cases diagnosed every day.

Funded PhD Opportunity - Archiving fashion and textiles | Ulster University

Since the millennium Irish fashion designers, Irish textiles, even Irish fashion models, have become increasingly sought after in the international fashion world, in the fashion press and even at annual fashion weeks. As a creative

Funded PhD Opportunity - Art/Design and Queer Intersectionality (Sex, Race, Class) | Ulster University

We welcome PhD proposals from across the spectrum of art/design history, theory and practice that desire to reconsider visual and material culture from beyond the margins, from outside the mainstream, the heterosexual and cisgender. Much

Funded PhD Opportunity - Artificial Intelligence for Smart Sensing to facilitate better health | Ulster University

Wearable Sensors are a category of computing devices that can be worn by a user, and used to facilitate activity and physiological based measurements. Wearable sensors can include multiple types of sensors, such as accelerometers,

Funded PhD Opportunity - Assessing the social processes in sport and the influence on mental health outcomes | Ulster University

Reports of mental health issues in society are becoming inceasingly prevalent. In the university setting, health professionals have seen a major spike in recent years in the increase of students reporting anxiety, depression, and suicidal

Funded PhD Opportunity - Attitudes and beliefs to e-cigarette use in smokers and their feasibility as a smoking cessation tool | Ulster University

In addition to the essential criteria noted below, the Degree (or equivalent) qualification must be in Psychology or a closely related discipline. We will accept applications from candidates who are about to hold* a minimum

Funded PhD Opportunity - Automated Classification of Autism Spectrum Disorder in Children using Gait Analysis | Ulster University

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a lifelong neurodevelopmental disorder that can be recognised at an early age, typically before the age of three. It is a spectrum of pervasive developmental disorders and is found across

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