Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Research Studentship: Business models to enable advanced technology to solve the global sanitation challenge

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Research Studentship: Business models to enable advanced technology to solve the global sanitation challenge.

Cranfield University are developing the Nano Membrane Toilet as a household toilet which will provide safe sanitation without any need for any external water supplies, sewerage or electricity. To facilitate the implementation of this toilet in the areas of most need, that is amongst poor communities in Sub Saharan African cities, a robust business model needs to be developed.
MSc by Research Studentship
The studentship is funded under Cranfield University’s grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Funding covering tuition fees and a stipend (£18,000 per annum) is available for applicants from anywhere in the world

Further details: https://www.cranfield.ac.uk/research/phd/business-models-to-enable-advanced-technology-msc-by-research
Alison Parker, Lecturer in International Water and Sanitation: a.parker@cranfield.ac.uk
Richard Adams, Reader in Entrepreneurship: r.j.adams@cranfield.ac.uk
Application deadline12 Nov 2017

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