In 2013, the University of Nottingham was awarded £5.28M to establish the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Sustainable Chemistry. Developed in collaboration with Industry and as a partnership of several disciplines including chemistry, engineering, biosciences and business, the Centre aims to train students in the development of sustainable processes and compounds for the chemistry-using industries. The defining principle that has driven the co-creation of the CDT training programme is a shared vision and commitment to foster a new generation of champions for sustainable chemistry – these individuals will be equipped with the skills and experience to lead chemistry-using industries towards a more sustainable future.
The Centre welcomes applications from science graduates and professionals with chemistry, engineering or bioscience backgrounds, who are interested in learning more about sustainability in the terms of chemistry and chemical-based supply chains. The programme is designed to provide students with the technical and theoretical competences to equip them for a leading career in the chemical sciences or chemical user community.
You can help deliver world class doctoral research training in sustainable chemistry, in the fantastic surroundings of the University of Nottingham.