Intel Masters Student Scholarship Programme: MSc Nanomaterials Chemistry is now Available for Entry 2016!
Intel Ireland scholarship funding will be awarded on a merit basis to selected applicants. We are pleased to provide you with further details in our extensive brochure including module content of the programme and the application process.Closing Date for applications - 30th August 2016.
Applications are invited for PhD scholarships in Chemistry in the UCD School of Chemistry. The three Scholarships are for up to 4 years with a stipend of €15,000 and fees (EU Level) are available for successful applicants thanks to generous funding from University College Dublin. There will be a requirement to teach in undergraduate laboratories and tutorials as part of the scholarship.
UCD Chemist, Dr Susan Quinn has been recognised by the Royal Society of Chemistry for her work as part of an international research team investigating the relationship between the molecular origins of disease and the absorption of light energy by DNA.