11 fuel cell positions in United Kingdom

  • The University of Southampton | Southampton, England | about 5 hours ago

    technology to quickly establish itself as the technology of the future not only for fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) but also for other high energy consumption applications. Recently, British Government advisers

  • University of Nottingham | Nottingham, Scotland | about 24 hours ago

    ReferenceENG1051Closing DateTuesday, 12th September 2017DepartmentEngineering Applications are invited for a PhD studentship in the area of improving the design of new fuel cell (FC) catalyst layers

  • University of York | Heslington, England | about 9 hours ago

    reserves of fixed carbon on the planet.  We are using our knowledge of plant cell walls to advance the development of second generation liquid biofuels from plant biomass, as a replacement for fossil fuels

  • University of Warwick | Warwick, England | 19 days ago

    oxide fuel cells (DFFCs) to generate power from flame. You will undertake research and will be expected to write up your research for publication. You will be expected to produce and present regular

  • University of Nottingham | Nottingham, Scotland | 1 day ago

    , many products are manufactured from fossil fuels using energy-intensive petrochemical technologies. In the age of the genome, many products will stem from cell factories. We will pioneer in this multi

  • University of Nottingham | Nottingham, Scotland | 3 days ago

    , rather than relying on fossil fuels.  Lucite is the world’s largest manufacturer of MMA, which is used as the monomer to manufacture Perspex and related polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA)-based materials and

  • The University of Southampton | Southampton, England | about 2 months ago

    of the top potential chemical building blocks for future. Succinic acid is currently manufactured mainly by petrochemical processes. For a sustainable development, the move from fossil fuel to renewable raw

  • The University of Edinburgh | Edinburgh, Scotland | about 2 hours ago

    of electrochemical processes and systems, such as, for example, fuel cells, batteries, electrolysers and electrodyalisis/reverse-electrodyalisis units, expanding also the strong research collaborations with the School

  • University of Cambridge | Cambridge, England | about 1 month ago

    fuel and solar cells, batteries and sensors as well as the interface between robotics and AI. Supramolecular polymer networks have been developed extensively in the Scherman group, which consist

  • The University of Edinburgh | Edinburgh, Scotland | 8 days ago

    , or commercial experience in analysing policy. Knowledge of the research policy and funding environment (UK, EU, International). Knowledge of energy technology sectors: including hydrogen, fuel cells, BECCS, NET

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