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agricultural PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 57 agricultural PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Development of an Automated System for Manipulating Soft Agricultural Materials

Industry 4.0 is transforming solutions in various industrial fields. The development and adoption of automated technologies using robotics and applications of Artificial Intelligence enhance the current manual procedures with higher accuracy and better repeatability. Read more

Machine learning models for agricultural nitrogen simulation

The University of Melbourne is a public research university located in Melbourne, Australia. It was founded in 1853 The university is a member of the prestigious Group of Eight, a coalition of leading research-intensive universities in Australia, and is consistently ranked among the top universities in the world. Read more

Applying molecular tools for the detection of zoonotic helminths in eastern Africa

Diagnostics for many helminth diseases currently rely on low sensitivity, low throughput, microscopic methods. New diagnostic assays, targeting either proteins, antibodies, or DNA, represent medium throughput approaches with improved sensitivity for the detection of active disease. Read more
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Novel biophysical crop model and earth observation calibration methods

The use of either satellite-based earth observation (EO) or simulation models of crops offers significant opportunities to refine decision support tools to the field and sub-field level. Read more

Sustainable Rural Futures Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarships Programme

Up to 8 Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarships with Keele’s Sustainable Rural Futures Programme (SURF). . Keele University’s Leverhulme-funded Sustainable Rural Futures Programme will train a new generation of interdisciplinary rural researchers to tackle contemporary rural challenges. Read more

Ecohydrological modelling for regenerative agriculture

Applications are open for a PhD scholarship at Imperial College London to start by September 2024. The PhD is in collaboration with EPFL Lausanne, and the research group of Prof Sara Bonetti. Read more

Where has all of the carbon gone? Understanding the molecular mechanisms of long-term soil carbon capture

Soils, while unglamorous, form the basis of the terrestrial biosphere and are ultimately the source of the majority of the food that we eat, yet fundamental aspects of how soils form and how they store carbon are poorly understood. Read more

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