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13 PhD funded studentships at ONE Planet Doctoral Training Partnership

We have a minimum of 13 PhD funded studentship awards available for entry September 2023. These are for 3.5 years, and include full fees, a living allowance of £17,668 (based on the current UKRI rates), and £8,200 for your research & training costs. Read more

13 PhD funded studentships at ONE Planet Doctoral Training Partnership

We have a minimum of 13 PhD funded studentship awards available for entry September 2023. These are for 3.5 years, and include full fees, a living allowance of £17,668 (based on the current UKRI rates), and £8,200 for your research & training costs. Read more

Linking exoplanet detection to formation: population synthesis

The possibility of planets orbiting other stars has been a topic of fascination for centuries. We are the first generation that has brought these planets – now known as exoplanets – from the realm of science-fiction into that of science. Read more

Evidence and impact of parasite spillover across pollinator communities

Lead supervisor. Dr Peter Graystock (p.graystock@imperial.ac.uk). Co-supervisors. Professor William Hughes, School of Life Sciences, University of Sussex; Professor Dave Goulson, School of Life Sciences, University of Sussex. Read more

Earth’s Small-Scale Structure – Big Data and Machine Learning

Summary. The interior of the Earth holds the record of the evolution of the planet and the imprint of ongoing processes. Lithospheric material is transported into the deep interior through subduction and then distributed throughout the mantle by convection. Read more

Mud Volcanism on the Red Planet, Mars

Supervisors. Dr Thomas Jones (primary supervisor). Professor Lionel Wilson (secondary supervisor). Project Description. Mud volcanism – the surface eruption of sediment-water mixtures – is evident across several planetary bodies. Read more

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