MSc Nanoscience and Functional Nanomaterials Program By University of Bristol |Top Universities
  • QS World University Rankings
    62
  • Degree MSc
  • Study Level Masters
  • Course Intensity Full Time
  • Fees(GBP) 22550-
  • Start date Jan-2000

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This interdisciplinary programme offers the skills, knowledge and expertise to become a practitioner in functional materials research, whether in industry or academia. The programme is run by the Bristol Centre for Functional Nanomaterials (BCFN), which engages with a network of more than 100 academics from 15 departments in the Faculties of Science, Engineering and Life Sciences. The structure of the programme features both short training projects and an extended research project - provides multiple opportunities for direct contact with leading academics and industry partners across a wide range of research areas. Students will choose their extended research project after exploring BCFN's research network through short projects and the teaching programme. Recent project titles have included ‘Tunable Fluorescent Carbon Dots for Digital Display Technologies', ‘Nanoscale Bi/Sb Chalcohalides for Solar Energy Conversion’ and ‘Silk-Bone: a New Spin on Bone-tissue Engineering’.

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