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Biological Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Bangor

We have 12 Biological Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Bangor

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Bangor  United Kingdom

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We have 12 Biological Sciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Bangor

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KESS 2 East Master of Research Scholarship : Application of drifter measurements to validate models of shelf sea dispersal

Project ID: BUK2E051. Annual Stipend: £11,937. Application Deadline: 14th December 2022. Applications are invited for this one-year fully-funded Masters by Research (MRes) at Bangor University, simulating and validating models of dispersal in the marine environment. Read more

Trials and Methodology Research Partnership (TMRP) DTP

The TMRP DTP PhD programme offers projects aligned various areas including statistics, data analytics and informatics, computer science, health economics, qualitative methods, mixed-methods, clinical medicine and psychology. Read more

Assessing Amazon forest vulnerability and resilience to dry periods across soil moisture and microenvironmental gradients

Amazon forests are important for global climate and biodiversity. However, major uncertainties remain about how they will respond to future climate, limiting our ability to make accurate projections and set conservation priorities. Read more

Anthropogenic change and disease susceptibility in poison frogs: identifying links with diet, skin alkaloids, and the microbiome

Anthropogenic disturbance, coupled with climate change, is a leading cause of biodiversity loss. In Ecuador, approximately 97% of the Chocó biodiversity hotspot is now deforested, underscoring the need to understand and predict species’ responses to Anthropogenic change. Read more

The genomic and adaptive consequences of extreme, human-mediated population decline

Human activities are placing incredible pressure on the natural world and impacting population sizes of wild organisms, but the consequences of severe population decline in the wild is poorly understood. Read more

How do coral energy strategies influence their survival?

Most tropical reef-building corals are mixotrophic, acquiring autotrophic nutrition from their photosynthetic algal endosymbionts and heterotrophic nutrition via predation of plankton. Read more

Predicting soil microbial responses to environmental change

DNA sequencing has revolutionised our understanding of soil microbial biodiversity, uncovering the ecology of thousands of novel taxa and providing new opportunities for innovation within areas such as biomonitoring, forecasting, and sustainable agriculture. Read more
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