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environmental microbiology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 45 environmental microbiology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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

SUPER DTP: The impact of environmental change on the ecological and evolutionary dynamics of symbiotic sponge communities

This fully funded, 42-month PhD project is part of the SUPER DTP. The SUPER DTP is built around a well-established collaborative group of universities delivering world-leading research in natural environmental science. Read more

FULLY FUNDED PROJECT - De novo emergence and evolution of novel gene regulatory interactions in bacteria

'TO APPLY, PLEASE CLICK INSTITUTION WEBSITE'. The need to understand how bacterial gene regulatory mechanisms emerge and evolve to help bacteria quickly adapt to environmental changes has never been more crucial. Read more
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Identification, characterisation and industrial applications of plastic-degrading enzymes

Combining microbiology, biochemistry, genetic modification, chemical engineering and management research methodologies, this interdisciplinary project is an exciting opportunity for an enterprising and ambitious student to work in the cutting-edge research area of enzymatic plastic recycling and recycling technology adaptation by Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). Read more

Engineered nanomaterials for safe sustainable water purification

Access to clean drinking water and sanitation has seen substantial progress in recent time, however there is still a large part of the global population, that live mostly in rural settings, that lack this basic necessity. Read more

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