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We have 34 fitness PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Exploring nutritional supplements to enhance coral reslience

In order to thrive and endure environmental challenges, corals, like all living organisms, necessitate exceptional nutrition. Although typically situated in nutrient-poor waters, corals possess the ability to extract nutrients from their surroundings to support their well-being. Read more

Understanding the ecological and evolutionary effects of heatwaves in tropical species and ecological communities

Heatwaves are considered one of the most threatening processes for our plants and animal species as the Earth’s climate warms. There is much to understand about how our species and the ecological communities they form will change and adapt through heatwaves. Read more

Self-Funded PhD Opportunities in Sport and Exercise Sciences

Are you passionate about Sport and Exercise Sciences and eager to advance your research career? London South Bank University is pleased to offer self-funded PhD opportunities in Sport and Exercise Sciences for motivated and talented qualified individuals. Read more

Probing Death Decisions from Morphogen Gradient Fields

Morphogen gradient scaling is one of the hottest fields in developmental biology at the moment. Scaling is fundamental, explaining how the machinery that controls pattern formation in development (the morphogens) can adapt, so that organs of different sizes show morphological structures which are proportioned. Read more

BOOSTING C4 PHOTOSYNTHESIS BY ALTERING PEP CARBOXYLASE

ABOUT THE PROJECT. The Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment (HIE) is offering a research scholarship to a highly motivated PhD candidate to work within a research group addressing how to improve the primary carboxylase of C4 photosynthesis. Read more

Wearable Thermoelectric Generators Using Advanced Materials

Supervisory Team: Dr Katrina Morgan, Dr Ioannis Zeimpekis . Project description. Wearable technologies are revolutionising our daily lives, integrating everyday objects into our clothes, accessories and even our bodies. Read more

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