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PhD studentship: Human and livestock influence on tick populations and the environmental hazards of Tick-Borne Pathogens

Reference: 03-06-22. Salary. UKRI-level stipend. Closing date. 17 July 2022. This is an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated individual to join a multidisciplinary team of researchers in a dynamic and diverse research environment. Read more

Experimental approaches to the evolution of anisogamy in a single celled alga

  Research Group: Centre for Evolutionary Biology
We are looking for a talented student to conduct their PhD on the evolutionary biology of anisogamy. Anisogamy is the difference in size between male and female gametes and is the driver of sexual selection and the evolution of the sexes. Read more
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Healthy peatland landscapes: a transdisciplinary practice-based enquiry

Applications are invited for a three-year PhD studentship. The studentship will start on 1st October 2022. Project Description. Peatlands occupy a critical position within current climate change policy debates. Read more
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Understanding juvenile habitat requirements and connectivity of fisheries populations under climate change

Applications are invited for a three-year PhD studentship. The studentship will start on 1st October 2022. Project Description. Early life-stages of many commercially-important fish populations depend critically on shallow, inshore ‘nursery’ areas which are threatened by human activities. Read more
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Scaling-up Urban Nature-based Solutions: Turning Climate Challenges into Opportunities for Humans and Nature

Applications are invited for a three-year PhD studentship. The studentship will start on 1st October 2022. Project Description. The global urbanisation of coastlines has led to fragmentation of natural habitats and driving loss of biodiversity, ecological connectivity, functioning and services. Read more

Geological Fate and Impact of Isosaccharinic acid (Geo-FISA)

About the Project. The nuclear fuel cycle has generated higher-level radioactive wastes that will be disposed of in a deep geological facility (GDF) that will provide multiple barriers to the migration of radionuclides to the surface over prolonged timescales (tens of thousands of years). Read more
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PhD fellowship in Arctic plant diversity and pollination networks

We are offering a PhD fellowship focusing on plant diversity and plant-pollinator interactions in Greenland. This is part of the research project ‘Greenland Plant Diversity Patterns and Pollination Networks in a Changing Arctic’ funded by the Carlsberg Foundation. Read more

Evaluating hedging plants for resistance against Armillaria root rot disease using physiological markers and molecular quantification (qPCR)

Project Overview. This joint project between University of Reading, Bartlett Tree Experts and the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) will develop new knowledge on the fungal plant pathogen, Armillaria mellea, to help gardeners and landscapers manage and anticipate disease outbreaks. Read more
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The Role of Hydrogen in Decarbonising the Steel Industry: Upstream and Downstream Opportunities in Scotland and Ontario

Overview. We have an opportunity for a motivated and independent student to work for one year developing a deep understanding of the key gaps, barriers, and priorities for further research in the role of hydrogen in decarbonising the steel industry, both upstream and downstream in Scotland and Ontario. Read more
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The role of coastal ichthyoplankton and zooplankton to the ecosystem function of the Falkland Islands marine environment

The waters around the Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic are nutrient rich and highly productive, with an oceanography defined by a mix of the cold waters from the Antarctic Circumpolar Current and the southward flowing Brazil Current. Read more

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