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The University of Exeter (UoE) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore are offering six fully funded postgraduate studentships to undertake collaborative research projects at the two institutions, leading to PhD degrees (split-site) to be conferred either by the UoE or NTU. Applications accepted all year round Liquid crystals (LCs) are fascinating materials as they feature properties between those of simple liquids and solid crystals.

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