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We have 18 aquatic biology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Are shellfish hotspots for AMR evolution and transmission? [microbiology, evolutionary biology, bio-clinical science, public health, aquaculture] – PhD (Funded)

Location. Environment and Sustainability Institute, Penryn Campus, Cornwall and Cefas in Weymouth. The Centre for Environment, Fisheries & Aquaculture Science (Cefas) and the University of Exeter have a Strategic Alliance that aims to combine the complementary capabilities and perspectives of both organisations. Read more

Doctoral College, explore our PhD opportunities across our research centres

The Centre for Stress and Age-Related Disease comprises internationally-recognised researchers working on multidisciplinary projects at the biology-chemistry interface. Read more

NERC E4 How do diatoms evolve in changing coastal habitats?

  Research Group: Institute of Evolutionary Biology
Interested individuals must follow the "how to apply" link on the Geosciences E4 Doctoral Training Partnership web page. http://www.ed.ac.uk/e4-dtp/how-to-apply. Read more

EASTBIO - Machine learning for improved management practices in recirculation aquaculture systems.

Are you a quantitative scientist looking for a project in marine biology? This EASTBIO DTP PhD project with the University of Stirling’s Institute of Aquaculture and industry partner Aquanetix provides a unique opportunity to model recirculation aquaculture systems as part of a multi-disciplinary team. . Read more

NERC GW4+ DTP studentship - Bacterial fish pathogens: threats for fisheries and the environment

Freshwater fish are amongst the most highly threatened animals with fish stocks in global decline. Around 95% of the rivers in Wales are now categorised at risk for salmonids, with most salmon stocks in England and Wales in a highly depleted state. Read more

Understanding how pandemic microbes evolve

  Research Group: BBSRC MIBTP
Understanding the rules of species evolution is a fundamental question in biology. The emergence, spread and demise of harmful organisms, which can cause pandemics, is particularly important. Read more

CRAYCAM: Novel technology for endangered and invasive crayfish management

Background. Invasive non-native crayfish cause US$ 61 million a year in damage and management costs worldwide and pose a severe and increasing threat to native biodiversity as ecologically destructive omnivores and ecosystem engineers. Read more

Understanding the role of nitrogen speciation in controlling the biodiversity of freshwater algal communities

The project. Freshwater ecosystems and the biodiversity they contain are among the most threatened ecosystems globally. Nutrient pollution via excessive inputs of nitrogen and phosphorus is perhaps the most significant pressure acting on these ecosystems. Read more

Impacts of non-native invasive crayfish in tropical freshwater systems

Invasive species are a key cause of biodiversity decline in freshwater systems. Crayfish are a particularly problematic invader, with multiple species ranked amongst the worst global invaders. Read more

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