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February 10th, 2010
NanoKTN calls for Industrial CASE award proposals
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network (NanoKTN) has opened the application call for two Industrial Collaborative Awards in Science and Engineering (CASE).
The NanoKTN said the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) awarded it with two Industrial CASE awards for 2010, to provide funding for two PhD studentships.
The Industrial CASE awards are allocated by UK research councils and are a way of linking academic research with industrial need.
The studentships are supported by companies that offer funding to students, in addition to their already-secured EPSRC funding.
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