61 PhD positions at University of Technology Sydney

  • University of Technology Sydney | about 6 hours ago

    Two PhD scholarships are available for the right candidates, working on Industry-Partnered PhD projects at the University of Technology Sydney. The projects involve the design, numerical modelling

  • University of Technology Sydney | about 5 hours ago

    PhD student to undertake this research. Value and duration A 3-year scholarship of $26,682 (AUD) p.a. (indexed) plus fees is available. Who is eligible? This opportunity is only available to Australian

  • University of Technology Sydney | 26 days ago

    Chlamydial infections and their associated diseases are often asymptomatic and severe disease outcomes can take years to manifest. This project will apply bioinformatic analysis of high-throughput sequencing data to gain insights into fundamental chlamydial biology and disease pathogenesis by...

  • University of Technology Sydney | 26 days ago

    Worldwide, 300 million people have asthma, including around 10% of Australians. Although treatments for mild to moderate asthma are efficacious, this is not the case in severe asthma, which has higher disease and economic burden. Our preliminary data has uncovered a novel link between autophagy...

  • University of Technology Sydney | 26 days ago

    A fully funded PhD position is available to work in the Murray Ecology Lab in the School of Life Sciences at the University of Technology Sydney. Research in the lab focuses primarily on fire

  • University of Technology Sydney | 26 days ago

    This project aims to achieve high energy lithium-oxygen batteries for electric vehicles. Electrification of road transport will minimise consumption of fossil fuels, reduce carbon dioxide emissions, and increase energy security. Lithium-oxygen batteries have the highest energy density among all...

  • University of Technology Sydney | 26 days ago

    Before antibiotics were discovered, honey was commonly used as a medicine and has been especially popular in treating wounds and skin infections due to its antimicrobial activity. Given the alarming problem of antibiotic resistance, there is renewed interest in the antimicrobial properties of...

  • University of Technology Sydney | 26 days ago

    Bacterial spores are the hardiest cell type on earth and allow bacteria to persist in the environment when nutritional conditions are no longer favourable for growth. Spores are also resistant to antibiotics and common sterilization methods that kill most bacteria. Importantly, the spores of...

  • University of Technology Sydney | 26 days ago

    This project is expected to make a breakthrough in the development of lithium-rich cathode materials for practical lithium ion batteries. The successful outcomes of this proposal is expect to develop a novel battery system with 20-30 per cent leap of power density compare with conventional...

  • University of Technology Sydney | 5 days ago

    Metal ions play important roles in life processes including gene expression, oxygen transport and neurotransmission. Dysfunction of metal ions in brain can lead to neurological disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease (AD) or Parkinson’s disease (PD). Lanthanide-doped materials have attracted a...

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