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Ecology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

We have 51 Ecology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

Investigating the effect of plastics recycling on nanoplastic production in packaging applications

Nanoplastics, defined as plastic particles measuring less than 1000 nanometres, have emerged as a significant concern due to their ability to infiltrate ecosystems, posing potential risks to the environment. Read more

Molecular Insights in Bat Conservation: A Comprehensive Approach to Irish Bat Biodiversity and Sustainability (SETU_2024_235)

Project Key Words. Molecular Ecology, Bats, Wildlife Conservation, Non-invasive genetics. Post summary. Bats are considered to be keystone species and an essential part of healthy ecosystems worldwide, particularly due to their role in controlling insect pest populations. Read more

Molecular Strategies for Mosquito Monitoring and Surveillance (SETU_2024_238)

Project Key Words. Mosquitoes; Molecular Ecology; Surveillance. Post summary. Mosquitoes, vectors of numerous diseases, are migrating and establishing in new regions, including Ireland. Read more

Plants with Purpose: Enhancing flood management and multi-functional performance of green infrastructure by evaluating plant functional traits

Join our innovative new research programme making a practical difference to urban life using Nature-based Solutions. Climate change is causing ever worsening social, practical, and economic shocks for urban communities. Read more
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BBSRC NLD Doctoral Training Partnership: Exploring interactions between co-infecting trypanosomatids and other pathogens in a Drosophila model

Co-infection of individual hosts by multiple pathogens species is a common phenomenon observed in natural populations. Nevertheless, our understanding of the interactions between different pathogens and the underlying molecular mechanisms remains considerably limited. Read more

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