Materials science and metallurgy

Materials science and metallurgy

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The Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy plays a central and major role in research and teaching in materials science.

Our research covers a very wide range of materials, from creating new materials to improving existing materials. We conduct research in: clean energy and sustainability, device materials, electron microscopy, materials chemistry, medical and pharmaceutical materials, nuclear energy and structural materials.

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Opportunities in 'Materials science and metallurgy'

DoITPoMS provides free materials science education resources designed to support educators and undergraduate-level learners.
The Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy offers world-leading teaching and cutting-edge research training in materials science to an undergraduate cohort of close to 400 students and a postgraduate cohort of around 150 students.

This opportunity is part of

Cavendish Laboratory: physics of medicine
With its outstanding track record in research and teaching, the School of the Physical Sciences is home to some of the world's most important work in astronomy, chemistry, earth sciences, geography, materials science, physics, and pure and applied mathematics.