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Cardiff University, Cardiff School of Biosciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 26 Cardiff University, Cardiff School of Biosciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 26 Cardiff University, Cardiff School of Biosciences PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Understanding the epigenetic basis for variability in stress responses in plants

Extreme weather events associated with climate change are causing increased crop losses year‐on‐year. As sessile organisms, plants have to respond to abiotic stresses such as heat, drought, and high salinity by modifying their growth and metabolism. Read more
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Implications of agriculture derived pollution in soil biodiversity

Project Outline. This project is at the intersection of ecotoxicology, biodiversity and agriculture. The project’s novelty is the application of state-of-the-art ecotoxicology methods and genomics to understand the impact and implications of agriculture-derived pollution in soil biodiversity. Read more
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Impact of toxic metal contamination on freshwater snails using an ecogenomics approach: lessons for future mitigation of freshwater resources.

Project Outline. This multidisciplinary project will investigate the effects of toxic metal contamination in freshwater ecosystems in South Africa and will provide essential data on downstream freshwater pollution for future mitigation measures. Read more
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Aging before birth: identifying influences of modifiable maternal lifestyle on telomere length

The process of aging begins even before we are born, and there is gaining evidence that some individuals are born biologically older as a consequence of their exposure in utero to adversity. Read more
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Effects of neuroactive chemicals on freshwater ecosystems

Project Outline. Although we know neuroactive chemicals are pervasive in the environment, it is a major challenge to understand their effects beyond those at the level of the individual organism. Read more
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Tissue specific gene expression in Drosophila ‐ dissecting promoter architecture

DNA sequence contains all the information required to ensure accurate transcriptional regulation, however for expression of many genes, we have limited understanding of how this information directs the appropriate programme in vivo. Read more

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