Scientia PhD Scholarship – Personalisation of coronary stenting

The UNSW Scientia PhD scholarship is now open, closing on 22 July 2018, for "Personalisation of coronary artery stenting". For new PhD scholars of exceptional quality. This opportunity offers unique benefits, individualised support and guaranteed funding to reach your personal development goals. For more general information: https://www.2025.unsw.edu.au/apply/?interest=fellowships About the project: https://www.2025.unsw.edu.au/apply/scientia-phd- scholarships/personalisation-coronary-artery-stenting Benefits: -highest quality … Continue reading Scientia PhD Scholarship – Personalisation of coronary stenting

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Netherlands: TU Delft Fully-Funded Scholarship for Sub-Saharan African Students, 2018

TU Delft | Global Initiative offers four Sub-Saharan Africa Excellence Scholarships every year. Our aim is to stimulate excellent students from Sub-Saharan countries and strengthen our relationship with the countries they come from. Application Deadline: 1st February, 2018 Offered Annually? Yes Eligible Countries: Sub-Saharan Africa: Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, … Continue reading Netherlands: TU Delft Fully-Funded Scholarship for Sub-Saharan African Students, 2018

Monash University Research degree scholarships

Monash University offers a large range of graduate research degrees and scholarships. Identifying the course you wish to pursue is the first step in applying for a world-class graduate research degree at Monash University. You can start this by searching for courses or checking the Monash University Handbook. Scholarships You can apply for a scholarship at the same time as applying … Continue reading Monash University Research degree scholarships

Pilotless planes could save airlines billions. But would anyone fly?

Taking pilots out of the cockpit could save airlines billions. But would anyone buy a ticket? The aviation industry could save $35 billion a year by moving to pilotless planes, according to a new report from UBS. Just one problem: The same report warns that only 17% of travelers are willing to fly without a … Continue reading Pilotless planes could save airlines billions. But would anyone fly?

Science by Women Visiting Research Fellowship Program 2017

Deadline: September 20, 2017 The Women for Africa Foundation (FMxA), in line with its mission of contributing to the development of Africa through its women, is launching the 3rd Edition of SCIENCE BY WOMEN programme, with the aim to promote African women’s leadership in scientific research and technology transfer and to foster the capacity of … Continue reading Science by Women Visiting Research Fellowship Program 2017

Gunners go ‘Green’: Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium switches to 100% renewable energy

London's Emirates stadium, home of one of the English Premier League's elite outfits - Arsenal Football Club – has officially gone 100% 'green' by switching to renewable energy. The club's long-standing manager Arsène Wenger 'switched-on' the changeover on Thursday (3 August) to supply the 60,000-plus seating capacity stadium with power sourced from renewable energy upstart … Continue reading Gunners go ‘Green’: Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium switches to 100% renewable energy

Bénéteau Foundation Scholarship and Design Competition 2017

Deadline: October 14, 2017 Fondation d’entreprise Bénéteau is organising its seventh annual competition for students enrolled at a European architecture, engineering, design or art school or attending a university course relevant to the stated objective. This year the competition relates to the design of a catamaran. The Bénéteau Foundation is committed to encouraging and promoting environmental … Continue reading Bénéteau Foundation Scholarship and Design Competition 2017