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This is a post-qualifying course for qualified Audiologists and offers a variety Audiology specific course units, along with units in Deaf Education. Read more
This is a post-qualifying course for qualified Audiologists and offers a variety Audiology specific course units, along with units in Deaf Education. Students are required to complete 60 credits for a PG Cert (exit award) or 120 credits for a PG Dip.

Students completing 120 credits can, subject to meeting progression requirements, progress to MSc which enables them to explore, in-depth, a specific aspect of Audiology practice, policy, research or education in the form of a 60 credit, 12,000-15,000 words Dissertation.

Course Aims

• Enable students to critically evaluate and apply aspects of contemporary Audiology and healthcare practice, policy, research and education, fostering positive values and attitudes that recognise and respect individual and cultural diversities and challenge discriminatory practice
• Equip students with in-depth knowledge, understanding and skills to critically evaluate research and the evidence-base for Audiology practice that promote optimal health and involve service users and carers in the delivery of care
• Develop students' abilities and skills for critically reflective practice, problem solving and creative ethical decision making
• Contribute to innovation, change and quality improvement in Audiology and health care practice at both individual and organisational levels by equipping students with a systematic and critical understanding of relevant knowledge, theoretical frameworks and advanced skills
• Enhance career development and lifelong learning in students in order to support safe practice and the maintenance and enhancement of appropriate standards of Audiology practice.

Special Features

The course offers a range of specialist units providing students with an opportunity to study with professionals, which are closely aligned to Audiology (such as Teachers of the Deaf).
Students thus benefit from inter-professional learning, whilst at the same time being able to apply core knowledge and skills, specifically to Audiology practice through their assessments. There is an extensive menu of units available. (Details below)

Course Units

Taught units can be studied in any order except where there are specific pre-requisites. Optional taught units available to study for the PG Dip/MSc include the following:-

• Neurosensory Science
• Clinical Applications of Neurosensory Sciences
• Adult Auditory Assessment and Management
• Vestibular Assessment and Management
• Paediatric Audiology
• Effective Amplification for Infants and Children
• Developing Deaf Child
• Language Acquisition
• Understanding Practice in Deaf Education in the UK
• Advanced Skill in Aural Rehabilitation

The compulsory unit is Research Methods

NB: Not all optional units may run each year and will be subject to minimum numbers. Students will meet with the Course Director to plan out a pathway.

Teaching and Learning

Students participate in a range of teaching and learning methods including lectures, small group work, student-led seminars, problem-based learning and online learning. In addition, students will be required to undertake independent study in order to further develop and consolidate their learning.

Part-time students entering the PG Diploma or MSc will normally study one day per week, to complete 60 credits per year as required for the award. An exit award of PG Certificate is available to students exiting after completion of 60 credits. This must include at least 15 credits of Audiology specific units, from those available. A maximum of 30 credits of individual course units can also be studied on a 'stand-alone' basis.

Coursework and Assessment

A variety of assessments are used within individual course units and across the course as a whole Assessment methods include:

• Essays
• Case studies
• Video presentations
• Examinations

Students progressing to MSc undertake an extended written piece of work (12,000-15,000 words) focusing on a specific aspect of Audiology practice, policy or research in the form of an extended Literature-based Review.


Why Study Audiology at Manchester?
The University of Manchester (http://www.manchester.ac.uk/) is part of the prestigious Russell Group of universities. It is the largest single-site university in the UK, being situated within easy walking distance of the city centre.
The Human Communication and Deafness Section, was founded as the Department of Education of the Deaf in 1919, by Sir James E Jones in memory of his son and was one of the first such departments in the world. For nearly 100 years, Manchester has continued to be an international leader in Deaf Education and Audiology. The Deaf Education Programme –founded in 1919 was the first University based professional training programme in the UK, and Manchester currently has the only Professor of deaf Education in the UK

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Modern chemical engineering is a vast subject. Read more
Modern chemical engineering is a vast subject. As well as dealing with chemical reactors, distillation and the numerous processes that take place in a chemical or petrochemical plant, there is an increasing need for chemical engineers with training in material processing and formulation, biotechnology and environmental issues. This course provides a broad range of specialist Units, meaning that you can tailor the course to your particular career aspirations or interests and learn in depth about subjects of particular relevance to you.

This course will benefit those who already have a background in chemical engineering but who wish to obtain a higher level qualification from a top-ranking British university. It will also benefit those with no formal background in chemical engineering but who wish to obtain a qualification in the subject. Such students will take a foundation unit before starting the course and an extended Design Project instead of a Research Project.

Being a large and diverse School, we are able to provide a tremendous variety of specialist courses, all taught by experts in the field. You will be able to pick the topics that interest you, timetabling permitting, and we will be there to provide whatever help and guidance we can in the design of your course.

- You will obtain an advanced qualification in chemical engineering from a leading School in one of the top UK Universities.
- Entry requirements are flexible - relevant experience is considered alongside your formal qualifications
- There is a broad choice of Units meaning that you can tailor the course to your requirements and aspirations
- If you want to enhance your professional development you can take an individual Unit as a stand alone course.
- Teaching is excellent and provided by a wide variety of experts

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The masters programme in Advanced Engineering Materials provides you with an in-depth understanding of the key factors that govern the design and selection of materials for use in advanced engineering applications, as well as their processing, properties and stability. Read more
The masters programme in Advanced Engineering Materials provides you with an in-depth understanding of the key factors that govern the design and selection of materials for use in advanced engineering applications, as well as their processing, properties and stability.

Industry impact
The course has direct relevance to the automotive and aerospace industries and encompasses materials ranging from composites and foams, for light weight structures, to advanced metallic alloys and engineering ceramics. The programme is delivered by academics, who are active researchers in the field, and complemented by strong industrial input.

This is a progressive and forward-thinking subject which will expose you to the next generation of high performance engineering materials. As a graduate of this programme, you will be equipped to begin a career as a material scientist in industry, or to join a PhD programme to further develop your research skills.

Advanced knowledge
By the end of the programme you will be familiar with the structure and design of materials and have an increased depth of knowledge of materials engineering, and the physical mechanisms that govern the microstructural development and performance of materials. In parallel, you will study more novel materials, such as metallic foams and metal matrix composites, and you will learn the basics of advanced characterisation techniques and design methods, with application to advanced structural materials.

The programme
The complete MSc programme is made up of taught course units and a five-month dissertation project (MSc) or six-week project report (Diploma). The taught course units are delivered through a combination of lectures, tutorial classes and practical laboratory work.

The course units, draw together the disciplines of metallic, ceramic, polymeric, and composite materials science and engineering.

You will be assessed by a combination of examinations and course work and you will complete an industrial case study which supports development of your transferable skills.

The MSc dissertation projects are supervised by leading materials scientists in metals, ceramics and biomaterials research field. The students have access to a wide range of world-class facilities. Most of the projects have links with multinational companies, including Rolls-Royce, British Airways, and BNFL.

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The course is a flexible evidence-based postgraduate programme in contemporary advanced forensic mental health practice and research that is open to students from a multidisciplinary and multiagency background. Read more
The course is a flexible evidence-based postgraduate programme in contemporary advanced forensic mental health practice and research that is open to students from a multidisciplinary and multiagency background.

This master’s programme would be suitable for staff who are currently employed in, or who desire to be employed in, a forensic setting.

This would include settings such as:
- Secure hospitals
- Prisons
- Ministry of justice
- Probation
- Community-based services for mentally disordered offenders
- Private/independent secure sector providers

The masters programme would also be suitable for staff currently employed in settings where service users present with complex mental health/psychological needs with risk behaviours or vulnerabilities that place them at risk of contact with the criminal justice system or forensic mental health services.

This would include settings such as:
- Patient Intensive Care Units
- Early Intervention Services
- Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) inpatient services
- Substance Misuse Services
- Learning Disability Services

The course aims to be skills-based, so that staff completing the programme return to services with demonstrable skills to meet service objectives.

The part-time course will be run on a part-time modular basis with four modules per year for the first two years. The full-time course will feature eight modules from September to May and a dissertation from June to September. Teaching will be a blend of face-to-face teaching, e-learning and supervised clinical practice. The third year will be dedicated to completion of the Masters dissertation under close supervision from University staff.

The course is designed to be flexible, to enable students to balance academic work with existing workplace demands. Students will have options where they can choose from skills-based modules including:
- Psychosocial Interventions for Individuals with Complex Mental Health Needs
- Structured Family Interventions for Psychosis
- Developing practice and managing change

Teaching sessions will be prepared and presented by leading authorities in the field of forensic mental health. The School of Medicine has a number of affiliated staff who are leading authorities in forensic and related mental health issues including Professor Jenny Shaw, Professor Louis Appleby, Dr Caroline Logan, Dr Jane Senior, Dr Roger Webb and Dr Charlotte Lennox.

There will be an initial induction. Following this, the programme requires one day per week dedication for the part-time pathway, and two days per week full-time during term-time, which will involve periodic attendance at University. In order to achieve the practical-skills outcomes associated with some course modules, the equivalent of one day per week in practice will be required. Students are required to identify a suitable practice supervisor/mentor to oversee and assess the clinical and/or practice work required for the programme modules.

Full-time students will require access to a suitable clinical or similar placement.

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Governments, industry and society, in all countries, are increasingly aware of the importance of securing sustainable development through cost-effective pollution controls and resource conservation. Read more

Course Description

Governments, industry and society, in all countries, are increasingly aware of the importance of securing sustainable development through cost-effective pollution controls and resource conservation. As a result, there is a growing need, internationally, for suitably qualified personnel in the environmental authorities of central and local government, industry and commerce, consultancy and research. Moreover, the resulting legal requirements on the part of governments and industry to conform to national and international agreements and regulations means that such demand will remain even during periods of economic austerity and retrenchment.

Employers are increasingly requiring environmental science graduates to have a strong grounding in the quantitative and qualitative skills required to address environmental questions in additional to subject-specific knowledge and understanding. This programme addresses these requirements through a core of skills-based modules with the emphasis on synthesis.

This research focused Masters course consists of a core taught component and two research projects, with the option to undertake one project placement in industry.

For further details see: http://www.environmentalsciences.ls.manchester.ac.uk/

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The MSc Audiology programme here at Manchester is unique to the UK in that the students learning will NOT be restricted to the study of audiology. Read more
The MSc Audiology programme here at Manchester is unique to the UK in that the students learning will NOT be restricted to the study of audiology. Students will also get the opportunity to study Neurosensory Science (audiological science, neurophysiological science, ophthalmic and vision science).This will provide students with a wide appreciation of the many related specialisms and a more holistic view of the areas which contribute to high-quality care. The MSc Audiology represents a partnership between the Universities and NHS, with practicing clinical staff delivering some components of the programme. Input from clinical staff is important and enriches the programme by ensuring students are taught by acknowledged experts in the theory and practice of Neurosensory Sciences in the modern health service. The MSc Audiology programme also offers students the opportunity to spend time in an NHS clinical placement, providing the opportunity for students to integrate theory and practice.

Please be aware that programme provides students with an academic MSc ONLY further clinical training or qualifications may be required to become a qualified Audiologist. These requirements vary from country to country so we encourage any potential applicants to check with these requirements with the Health Service in their country before applying.

The MSc Audiology Programme at Manchester may also be beneficial (but is not limited) to to the following Professionals:-

Community Paediatricians who wish to specialise in Audiology, or who wish to extend their knowledge and experience in the field.
Audiological Physicians in training grades.
Teachers of the Deaf.
Speech and Language Therapists wishing to extend their knowledge and experience or in order to develop a role as an Audiologist in Education Services.

Course Units

Vestibular Assessment and Management
Neurosensory Science
Paediatric Audiology
Professional Practice
Research Methods and Statistics
Adult Auditory Assessment and Management
Clinical Applications of Neurosensory Science
Dissertation


The programme is delivered via a combination of lectures, tutorials, case studies and presentations, seminars, practical classes and in-service clinical placements within accredited audiology departments in the NHS.
Coursework and Assessment

Assessment is by a variety of methods including written examinations, assignments, placement report, clinical log book and OSCEs (Objective Structured Clinical Examinations).

Why Study Audiology at Manchester?
The University of Manchester (http://www.manchester.ac.uk/) is part of the prestigious Russell Group of universities. It is the largest single-site university in the UK being situated within an easy walking distance of the city centre.

The Human Communication and Deafness Section (HCD) was founded as the Department of Education of the Deaf in 1919 by Sir James E Jones, in memory of his deaf son, Ellis Llywd Jones, and was one of the first such departments in the world. For nearly 100 years, Manchester has continued to be an international leader in Deaf Education and Audiology. The Deaf Education Programme –founded in 1919 was the first University based professional training programme in the UK, and Manchester currently has the only Professor of Deaf Education in the UK

Our research underpins, and is informed by our leading role in audiology education and audiological service delivery in the UK. Our multidisciplinary research team includes professionals in audiology, deaf education and medicine, in addition to scientists’ expert in psychophysics, electrophysiology, signal processing and neural imaging.
Further information on modules and the degree structure available on the department web site: http://www.manchester.ac.uk/study/masters/courses/list/02087/audiology-msc/

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Biochemistry is the study of the chemical properties of biologically important molecules and processes in cells and tissues. It deals with the structure and function of cellular components, such as proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, and other biomolecules. Read more

Course Description

Biochemistry is the study of the chemical properties of biologically important molecules and processes in cells and tissues. It deals with the structure and function of cellular components, such as proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, and other biomolecules. Biochemical understanding is fundamental to all biological disciplines. While much of modern biochemistry aims to provide an understanding of fundamental biological processes at a molecular level, it also contributes to the solving of medical problems and the discovery of safe and effective drugs. This programme allows students to gain research experience in contemporary biochemistry, which may be a different area to their first degree, and professional skills, before deciding on a future career in industry or academic research.

This is a research focused Masters course. We do not teach Biochemistry using a traditional lecture-based format; instead we use an interactive approach where you learn through seminars, workshops, small group tutorials and during your research placements.

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Bioinformatics is changing as high throughput biological data collection becomes more Systems oriented. This means that employers are looking for people able to work across the traditional disciplines. Read more

Course Description

Bioinformatics is changing as high throughput biological data collection becomes more Systems oriented. This means that employers are looking for people able to work across the traditional disciplines. The MSc in Bioinformatics and Systems Biology at Manchester reflects these exciting developments, providing an integrated programme taught by researchers at the forefront of fields spanning Bioinformatics, Genomics and Systems Biology.

Bioinformatics has been an identifiable discipline for more than a decade, driven by the computational demands of high volumes of biological data. It incorporates both the development and application of algorithms to decipher biological relationships. Enormous success has been achieved, for example in defining homologous families of sequences at the DNA, RNA, and protein levels. However, our appreciation of function is changing rapidly as experimental analysis scales up to cellular and organismal viewpoints. At these levels, we are interested in the properties of a network of interacting components in a system, as well as the components themselves. The concepts or Systems Biology and Bioinformatics complement each other, and both are addressed in this course. This combination reflects the current skills sought in academic and industrial (e.g. pharmaceutical) settings. An important feature is the extent to which computational biology is concerned with finding patterns in biological data, and generating hypotheses that feed back into experiments.

You will be based in the top-rated Faculty of Life Sciences at the University of Manchester. Teaching is delivered by more than 10 academic staff working in the fields of Bioinformatics, Genomics and Systems Biology, representing the breadth and depth of these areas across Faculties.

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The Masters course in Biomaterials is multi-disciplinary. It provides students with a rich understanding of about current clinically used biomaterials and state of the art advances in research to improve these. Read more
The Masters course in Biomaterials is multi-disciplinary. It provides students with a rich understanding of about current clinically used biomaterials and state of the art advances in research to improve these. The clinical application of these biomaterials will be demonstrated along with indepth description of materials structure and processing (e.g. polymer, composite and ceramic). The project component will allow hands-on training for the student in further developing novel biomaterials.

Semester 1 (Sept - Dec):

Research Methods course unit (15 credits); Lectures and workshops detailing transferable skills such as project management, time management, essay writing, oral presentation.

Master Class Course Unit (15 credits); Lectures specific to biomaterials design, characterization, manufacture and characterization. Lectures on use of stem cells with biomaterials and tissue engineering applications also included.

Structure & Mechanical Properties of Polymers (15 credits); Module covers masters level detail of polymer technology.

Clinical Applications of Biomaterials (15 credits); lectures series detailing current clinical applications of biomaterials. The module also covers a case study exercise.

Semester 2 (Jan - May):

Composite Materials (15 credits); students will learn about composite material design and implementation for biomaterials.

Tutorial course unit (15 credits); Orientation meetings. Preparative directed reading, private study and preparation of oral presentation. Pre-tutorial meeting. Tutorial. Journal study of `Biomaterials'.

Teaching Seminars (15 credits); Seminars on state of the art biomaterial research presented by invited internationally renowned speakers. Private study and preparation of written assignment.

Nanobiomaterials (15 credits); lecture series on nanobiomaterials manufacture, characterization and use as biomaterials

Summer (June - Sept): Research project (60 credits); 16week research project studying specific biomaterials design or characterisation. Student will have specifically allocated supervisor to provide training in biomaterials. Assessment: Oral presentation and write up: Research aims, hypothesis, Gantt chart, milestones, Write up project in form of journal publication for `Biomaterials' journal.

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The Biomedical Materials research degrees cover an exciting area of research in the School focusing both on fundamental understanding of interactions between man-made materials and biological tissues and the development of useful applications. Read more
The Biomedical Materials research degrees cover an exciting area of research in the School focusing both on fundamental understanding of interactions between man-made materials and biological tissues and the development of useful applications. We have close links with the world’s leading pharmaceutical and medical device companies and the clinical applications of our research impact many areas of medicine.

The subject
The subject of biomedical materials covers those materials that are used in the context of biology and medicine, usually to evaluate, treat, augment or replace any tissue, organ or function of the body. In surgery, a biomaterial may be a synthetic material used to replace part of a living system or to function in intimate contact with living tissue.

A new area in biomaterials involves the exploration of nanotechnology for drug delivery, biological sensing or tissue regeneration. Examples of these bionanomaterials are small particles that may be used for the delivery of drug molecules to target sites within the body or to detect diseased areas.

Biomaterials are produced using chemical, physical, mechanical processes and they often employ or mimic biological phenomena in order for them to interact with their biological surroundings in defined ways..

Application of research
The clinical applications of our research impact many areas of medicine, including drug delivery, cancer, wound healing, stem cell technology, repair and regeneration of nerve, tendon, cartilage, bone, intevertebral disc, skin, ligament and cornea.

Industry collaboration
We have strong ties with industry, including ongoing collaboration with Smith & Nephew, Johnson & Johnson, and Versamatrix A/S (Denmark), developing novel biomaterial based strategies for wound healing, bone repair, control of inflammation and drug delivery.

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Biotechnology is the application of biology in industry and exploits living things and processes commercially to make useful products and provide practical solutions. Read more

Course Description

Biotechnology is the application of biology in industry and exploits living things and processes commercially to make useful products and provide practical solutions. In the 21st century, biotechnology is set to continue to have a major impact on all our lives from improvements in medicine and pharmaceuticals to food quality, agricultural systems and biofuels.

Using the considerable interdisciplinary research strengths and business initiatives that exist within the Faculty of Life Sciences and the Manchester Enterprise Centre, we are able to offer a challenging and innovative programme that combines expertise in entrepreneurial business development with cutting edge research.

Manchester Enterprise Centre (MEC) is based within Manchester Business School at The University of Manchester. We are recognised as one of the UK leaders in the area of enterprise education.The Faculty of Life Sciences is one of the leading centres for Life Sciences research in the UK. It is ranked second in the UK for research power with 95% of our research classified as being of international significance.

This research based MSc program will provide you with the scientific research skills and the business knowledge required to convert scientific discoveries into inventions and commercial products. You will also explore how these translate into a business plan for start-up technologies or innovative processes within biotechnology industries. The combination of research skills and business knowledge will ensure you are well equipped for career opportunities in the global biotechnology market.

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Proliferation is tightly regulated in normal cells so that it is balanced with differentiation in adults. Mutations in different genes can result in cells undergoing uncontrolled growth so that ultimately tumours are formed. Read more

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Proliferation is tightly regulated in normal cells so that it is balanced with differentiation in adults. Mutations in different genes can result in cells undergoing uncontrolled growth so that ultimately tumours are formed. The MSc in Cancer Research and Molecular Biomedicine will give you thorough training in this subject area with opportunities to undertake research placements in the labs of leading researchers working on various processes relating to tumourigenesis such as: understanding cell cycle control mechanisms and how they are disrupted in the formation of a tumour. Investigating the cell fate choices of normal cells, and how these differ in cancer cells. Investigating how cell signals regulate gene expression in different types of cells, and how this flow of information is compromised in cancer cells. If you wish to broaden your expertise beyond the area of molecular cancer research you can chose to undertake a research placement in another area of molecular biomedicine. We investigate the mechanisms underlying a range of diseases including; hypertension, arthritis, Alzheimer's disease and diabetes. We aim to develop approaches for preventing and treating such diseases. Please see the Faculty of Life Sciences research pages for full details of the opportunities available:

Our research
http://www.ls.manchester.ac.uk/research/

This is a research focused Masters course. We do not teach Cancer Research and Molecular Biomedicine using a traditional lecture-based format; instead we use an interactive approach where you learn through seminars, workshops, small group tutorials and during your research placements.

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Cell Biology lies at the heart of today's central questions in the biological sciences. Research in Cell Biology is crucial to understand the inner workings of animals, plants and bacteria. Read more

Course Description

Cell Biology lies at the heart of today's central questions in the biological sciences. Research in Cell Biology is crucial to understand the inner workings of animals, plants and bacteria. It is central to diverse subjects including cell communication, cell division and cell motility. Importantly, our understanding of Cell Biology will undoubtedly help in the quest for treatments for major diseases, including cancer. This programme will give you the unique opportunity to consider the most exciting current problems in cell biology under the guidance of leading experts in Cell Biology.

You will gain training and experience in the concepts and techniques used in cutting edge research in cell biology and it's application in widespread fields of research. Importantly, you will have the opportunity to directly apply these ideas in your research projects. The diverse fields studied and large number of leading researchers employing Cell Biological approaches in Manchester permits you to perform your studies in the area you find most stimulating.

Through this programme, you will have a unique opportunity to define the mechanisms that define and regulate the function of cells and organisms.

This is a research focused Masters course. We do not teach Cell Biology using a traditional lecture-based format; instead we use an interactive approach where you learn through seminars, workshops, small group tutorials and during your research placements.

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The Ceramics and Glasses research degrees are part of a progressive research area within the school; we have close links with industry and research councils and we work collaboratively with them on many areas of research within the subject. Read more
The Ceramics and Glasses research degrees are part of a progressive research area within the school; we have close links with industry and research councils and we work collaboratively with them on many areas of research within the subject.

Industrial application
Our research is concerned with the processing, characterisation and applications of structural and functional ceramic materials. Structural ceramics are used in engineering applications due to a combination of high strength, chemical / thermal resistance and extreme hardness. In contrast, functional ceramics exhibit unique electrical, magnetic and optical properties, which lead to applications in a diverse range of electronic components – filters in mobile telecommunications, exhaust gas sensors and pyroelectric thermal imaging cameras.

We are engaged in research to understand the structure-property relationships in a wide range of ceramic materials and to develop materials / components with enhanced properties. Materials are developed by conventional powder processing methods and by novel processing procedures.

Research projects
Active projects in this area involve a wide range of processing techniques for functional and structural materials – these techniques are employed in industries as diverse as power generation, mobile telecommunications, aerospace and medical implants. To understand the microstructure-property relationships for the ceramics, we make extensive use of specialist characterisation facilities available in the school and in partner institutions nationally and internationally.

Industrial links
Through our close relationship with industry, we ensure that the research we carry out is relevant and focused on the requirements of new technology. We currently collaborate on research with, amongst others, Rolls-Royce, British Nuclear Fuel, Xaar Printing Technology, Powerwave, Morgan Electroceramics, and BAE Systems. We are also supported by EPSRC, the European Commission, and British Energy.

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Our course is specifically designed to provide you with a thorough grounding in the theory and practice of clinical biochemistry as conducted within the modern health science laboratory. Read more
Our course is specifically designed to provide you with a thorough grounding in the theory and practice of clinical biochemistry as conducted within the modern health science laboratory.

In particular, the MSc will develop your academic, practical, professional and communication skills so you can seamlessly integrate into - and form a productive part of - a health service laboratory team.

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