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greenhouse PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 68 greenhouse PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Moving towards “Net Zero” Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Tea Production in Kenya PhD

We are seeking an enthusiastic and conscientious applicant for this fully-funded PhD scholarship (UK tuition fees, stipend and experimental costs) starting on 30 September 2024, which will include field-work in Kenya. Read more

Mechanochemical greenhouse gas capture into silicate-based rocks

This PhD project will explore how mechanochemical carbon dioxide capture process can be translated into industrial ore processing systems for three major ore deposits (copper, iron and platinum group ores). Read more

PLANT SCIENCE CDT: Simulating Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Scottish Agriculture for Effective Climate Action.

Applications are invited for this exciting, fully-funded, 42 month PhD studentship at the University of Aberdeen. This project is part of the newly established Anthony & Margaret Johnston Centre for Doctoral Training in Plant Sciences enabled by a generous legacy gift. Read more

Greenhouse Gas Detection Using Silicon Photonics Platform

Supervisory Team: Rand Ismaeel, Milos Nedeljkovic . Project Description. This exciting multidisciplinary PhD project aims to develop a new class of marine sensors based on cutting-edge MID-IR silicon photonics research. Read more

Evaluating the role of hydrogen fuel at airports as part of their transition to net zero

This is a full-time, funded PhD opportunity in the Faculty of Science and Engineering. It is open to Home students only. This opportunity provides an annual stipend of the research council minimum rate (set by UKRI) of £19,237 for 2024/25. Read more

High-power density electrical propulsion drives in airborne applications

The UK government had set ambitious targets to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. Airborne electrification can significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants associated with traditional aircraft engines, especially if renewable energy sources power the electricity generation [1]-[2]. Read more

Techno‐Economic Impact of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)

  Research Group: Mechanical and Process Engineering
The reduction of emissions of greenhouse gases is agreed in November 2016 in the Paris international agreement (IEA Dec. 2016). The agreement is expected to create a transformative change in the energy sector to combat climate change. Read more

Using Radical Electrochemistry to Actively Rescue the Climate

The climate challenge has two important components, one is the depleting ozone layer in the stratosphere and the other is the increasing amount of greenhouse gases in the troposphere. Read more

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