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Behavioural Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

We have 17 Behavioural Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

Validating the use of cognitive bias to assess affective valence in wild bird populations.

Affective state, and thus animal welfare, is typically measured using proxy behavioural, physiological and/or cognitive indicators assumed to reflect the associated subjective experience. Read more

Biologically Inspired Design and Simulation of Neuromorphic Drone Control

NTHU-UoL Dual PhD Programme between National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan and the University of Liverpool in the UK is a well-established programme, where students spending 2 years at both institutions. Read more

Effects of urbanisation on insect biodiversity

Urbanisation is among the greatest threats to existing biodiversity. Recent studies reveal a worldwide decline of arthropods, threatening the sustainment of essential ecosystem services such as pollination and food webs. Read more
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Human Appetite and Obesity

The School of Psychology invites applications from prospective postgraduate researchers who wish to commence study for a PhD in the academic year 2024/25 for the Thomas Ward Scholarship. Read more

Evolution of chemosensory behaviours in Drosophilids

Research environment. Our lab and the Department of Biology offer a friendly and stimulating work environment, with excellent conditions in terms of infrastructure, know-how, and collaboration. Read more

The evolutionary basis of feeding preferences: A Geometric Framework approach

Despite the essential role food plays in our lives, we have little understanding of how different nutrients work together to impact functioning, or the reasons individuals choose certain combinations of food. Read more

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