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PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Bangor

We have 32 PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Bangor

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KESS 2 East Research Masters Scholarship: Understanding the environment profile of Welsh wool for non-textile applications

Project ID: BUK2E083. Annual Stipend: £11,937 p.a. Application Deadline: Monday 12 December 2022. This project will use life cycle assessment (LCA) to assess the environmental profile of processed British sheep’s wool. Read more

KESS 2 East Master of Research Scholarship : Evaluating the potential for greenhouse gas reduction from a commercial beef supply chain

Project ID: BUK2E082. Annual Stipend: £11,937. Application Deadline: Monday 12 December 2022. This studentship will provide a comprehensive insight into one of the most pressing issues and research questions of our time: how to improve the sustainability of food production systems. Read more

KESS 2 East Master of Research : Modelling Thermal-hydraulic Effects of Fluid Streams Mixing

Project ID: BUK2E090. Annual Stipend: £11,937. Application Deadline: 12/12/2022. Thermal-Hydraulics (TH) plays a key role in the performance analysis of any power system, particularly in the nuclear power generation sector. Read more

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

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

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