Imperial College London Featured PhD Programmes
Imperial College London Featured PhD Programmes
The Chinese University of Hong Kong Featured PhD Programmes

conservation PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 51 conservation PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 51 conservation PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

Social and ecological impacts of rewilding projects

  Research Group: Applied Ecology Research Group (AERG)
Research Group. Applied Ecology Research Group. (AERG). Proposed supervisory team. Dr Helen Wheeler. (AERG). Dr Nikoleta Jones (Department of Land Economy, Cambridge University). Read more

Identifying policy barriers to the uptake of rewilding – a social-ecological approach

  Research Group: Applied Ecology Research Group (AERG)
Research Group. Applied Ecology Research Group.  (AERG). Proposed supervisory team. Dr Helen Wheeler.  (AERG, Anglia Ruskin University). Read more

Auditory cognition and human factors

Expressions of interest are invited on any topics related to either auditory cognition and working memory or to human factors as they relate to energy conservation and climate change. Read more

PhD Degrees in the Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering

Our interdisciplinary approach to research, encompassing the fields of Architectural History and Theory, Architectural and Structural Conservation, Lightweight Structures, Hydraulics and Earthquake Engineering and Dynamics. Read more

Refining the tagging of wild fish and sharks [Biosciences] – PhD (Funded)

Location.  . Biosciences, Streatham Campus, Exeter.  . The University of Exeter’s College of Life and Environmental Sciences is inviting applications for a PhD studentship funded by NC3Rs to commence in September 2021. Read more

Metabolic drivers of health in harbour porpoises: systems physiology approach to investigating measures of resilience to a changing environment

Human activities (e.g., marine construction and fishing) have been demonstrated to significantly impact cetacean populations. This displaces animals from feeding grounds, impair foraging or directly reduce the amount of food available. Read more

Linking individual eco-physiology to lifetime fitness in an animal athlete

Long-distance migration, which is among the most dramatic phenomena in nature, places huge physiological demands on animals. Yet despite fascinating humans for millennia, how migration shapes eco-physiology and influences evolutionary processes remains poorly understood. Read more

PhDs in Natural and Built Environment

Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) are available from October 2021. Graduate Teaching Assistants undertake specific teaching duties associated with student experience, in addition to working towards a PhD qualification. Read more

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