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Investigating novel Arabidopsis recombination mutants

  Research Group: Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP)
Meiosis is a specialised cell division during sexual reproduction that is essential for fertility. It reduces chromosome numbers by half, so that haploid gametes are restored to normal ploidy levels upon fertilisation. Read more

Investigating novel Arabidopsis recombination mutants

Meiosis is a specialised cell division during sexual reproduction that is essential for fertility. It reduces chromosome numbers by half, so that haploid gametes are restored to normal ploidy levels upon fertilisation. 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

QUADRAT DTP: Unveiling the environmental and genetic drivers of continuous colour variation in the European sea lemon (Doris pseudoargus)

Animal colouration is fascinating and it plays a vital role in communication, reproduction and defence. Defensive colouration is particularly intriguing, with some species showing extensive colour variation across their range in response to predation. Read more

How do complex fault geometries influence earthquake cycle deformation?

This exciting project aims to understand how complicated fault geometries influence earthquake nucleation and recurrence. You will combine field work, lab analyses, and seismology to investigate fault slip patterns on multiple scales in time and space. Read more

A Tr(i)p to Chronic Pain

  Research Group: Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP)
Chronic pain such as chronic arthritis pain is debilitating and disabling. In the UK, over one third of the population are afflicted with chronic pain, incurring enormous medical costs and loss of productivity and jobs in the workplace. Read more

Investigating the impact of urban greening on urban air quality

Poor air quality is the biggest environmental factor contributing to premature mortality globally. As the Earth’s population has grown, the number of people living in urban areas has increased rapidly from 751 million in 1950 to 4.2 billion in 2018. Read more

Nonlinear systems of PDE and vectorial Calculus of Variations in L∞ (L-infinity)

The calculus of variations is, roughly speaking, the mathematical theory of how to minimise or maximise magnitudes. Variational problems from science typically require minimisation of an average magnitude over a space-time region depending on unknown quantities. Read more

Injury risk factors in female football players

The popularity and scientific understanding of women’s football has grown markedly in recent years. However, injuries remain a significant problem, with female athletes having a greater risk of soft tissue injuries than their male counterparts. Read more

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