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Research at the BPI covers diverse topics. Over the past 20 years, our research has impacted many key areas, such as the design of low energy ventilation systems for buildings, new insights into carbon sequestration technology, improved functioning of lubricants, and new encapsulation processes for bio-active washing powders.
We have a wide range of researchers, from undergraduate students to post-doctoral researchers, and offer annual fully funded PhD scholarships. If you are interested in working or studying at the BPI, see our list of roles and projects or contact the relevant member of staff.
The BPI is an interdisciplinary Research Institute in the University of Cambridge, with a focus on fluid mechanics and surface science. Its 5 parent departments in the University are Earth Sciences, Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, and Engineering.