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Find out everything you need to know about PhDs, from writing an academic cover letter to preparing a research proposal, secure funding and finding a supportive PhD supervisor.
This article will explain the key differences between a PhD and a MD, from program structure and length to career outlook.
A PhD in USA takes 5-6 years, costs between $12-45k per year and has a different structure to UK and EU PhDs. Find out if a US PhD is for you!
Research assistants are employed by research institutes to assist with academic or private research. Find out all you need to know about the role.
Professional doctorates are advanced postgraduate degrees that combine taught components with independent research in a student's area of expertise. Find out what they involve.
PhD Student and Postdoc Experiences
Read our exclusive interviews with past and current PhD students to find out what it’s like to do a PhD.
A New Paradigm for Quantum Materials Discovery: S = ½ Kagomé Magnets in the Two-Dimensional LimitUniversity of Birmingham School of ChemistryBirmingham, England
Digital Manufacturing Electron Beam Welding Process Quality Prediction Using Beam Assure Technology – Funded by Lloyd’s Register Foundation (NSIRC187 PhD Studentship)National Structural Integrity Research Centre EngineeringCambridge, England
A Wearable Biosensor for Personalised MedicineUniversity of Birmingham School of ChemistryBirmingham, England
Plant Responses to Stress, Metabolites for Health and Fuel from Cell WallsRoyal Holloway, University of London School of Biological SciencesEgham, England
Ash Melting Behaviour and Deposition in Oxyfuel Biomass CombustionUniversity of Sheffield
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