CASE Studentships are four-year doctoral training grants. They enable top quality Science and Engineering graduates to undertake research (leading to a PhD) on a subject selected and supervised jointly by academic and industrial partners.
Research into the remarkable health benefits of alginate, an extract of seaweed, could help people lose weight and vastly improve their lives.
Newcastle University’s research into nutrition and ageing has led to two high-profile BBC TV appearances, as well as closer relationships with New Product Development teams.
Newcastle University PhD students are looking at delivering therapeutics through toothpaste, backed by business funding as part of the CASE (Collaborative Award in Science and Engineering) Studentship scheme.