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Frequency Comb Spectroscopy for Volatile Organic Compound Emission Profiling

A fully funded (3.5 years) PhD position in the field of frequency comb laser spectroscopy for use in gas phase molecular sensing is available in the group of Dr Julia Lehman at the University of Birmingham. Read more

Artificial Intelligence in Farms: AI-based Crop Disease Monitoring and Detection

  Research Group: Computing
Plant diseases may affect the root, steam and leaves of plants resulting in a sizable drop of revenue for farmers as crop’s quality is affected and may lead to food shortage and food chain disruption [1]. Read more

Plant-insect interactions in a changing world

Project Overview: . Insects associated with plants comprise one of the most diverse groups of species on earth. Their impact on the ecology and evolution of their host plants is widely recognised, as is their contribution to multiple important ecosystem services. Read more

Evolutionary Perspectives on Medicinal Plant Use

Project Overview. This project uses phylogenetic comparative methods to characterise medicinal plant use. You will use published data to identify the ethnobotanical uses of selected species, and the extent to which they are characterised in terms of phytochemistry and pharmacology. Read more

Evolution Education Trust PhD project: Selection and the impact of molecular variation on fitness

The University of Bath is inviting applications for this PhD opportunity supervised by. Dr Paula Kover. and. Dr Araxi Urrutia. at the Milner Centre for Evolution (Department of Life Sciences, University of Bath). Read more
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The Impact of Species Extinctions on Biological Communities and Human Wellbeing

Extinction is one of the great challenges of our times, with over a million plant and animal species under threat. As well as the startling global figures, many of us are witnessing extinctions and the local and national level driven by human factors including habitat loss, the spread of invasive species, and climate change. Read more

Interactions between introduced tree species and native mycorrhizal fungi in the UK

Mycorrhizal symbioses are one of the most extensive and important biotic interactions in terrestrial ecosystems, typically providing plants with improved access to nutrients in exchange for carbohydrates produced via photosynthesis. Read more

Digital Construction and the Circular Economy in Building Services

  Research Group: Architecture, Built Environment and Planning
The circular economy (CE) seeks to replace the current economic model of take-make-waste, with a more sustainable approach, decoupling economic activity from consumption of finite resources. Read more

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