Are you interested in building the future's most powerful microscopes that reveal the molecular world from the inside of a cell? Are you keen to learn on how to use 3D printers to make sophisticated lab components that empower your research? Then come and join the Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Sensor Technologies and Applications and learn how to do effective research both as an individual and in a team. Learn the latest experimental and theoretical techniques and then join one of the more than 50 participating laboratories in Cambridge to do the PhD of your choice, tailored to your interests, skills and aspiration.
We are soon closing applications to the Sensor CDT, but a further small contingent of fully funded PhD studentships are now available for exceptional students with a background in the natural sciences, engineering or medical sciences from the UK and EU nationals who have studied in the UK for the last three years or who are currently employed in the UK.
For full details on eligibility and application process, see 'How to Apply'.