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Food Science / Nutrition (plant molecular) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 8 Food Science / Nutrition (plant molecular) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Mildly refined fractions of legumes as novel sustainable food ingredients

Click. here. for more details. Summary. Food components, such as starch and other biopolymers and macromolecules (proteins), are being used in the food industry as thickeners, gelling agents, or emulsifiers in a variety of products. Read more

Molecular breeding in raspberry to improve fruit quality PhD

An opportunity has arisen for a fully-funded PhD studentship through a collaboration between Cranfield University and Edward Vinson Ltd, a Kent-based soft fruit breeding company. Read more
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Physiological response of quinoa to environmental stress: effects on nutritional profile, plant immunity, pest management and soil carbon content (OP2257)

Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) is an Andean crop with numerous beneficial applications in agriculture/food systems, resulting from its excellent nutritional profile, high adaptability to grow on marginal lands (unsuitable for major crops) and tolerance to extreme environmental conditions (high temperatures, drought, and saline soils). Read more

Phytochemicals as safe and sustainable antibiotic alternative for effective control of pathogenic organisms in humans and animals

The use of antibiotics in livestock has significantly contributed to animal health and welfare as well as high quality of food production in modern farming but has also been linked to the rapid development and global spread of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Read more

PhD Studentship in Biology: Nutrient Transport Mechanisms in Symbiosis

Overview. Many animals rely on microbes to fulfil essential biological functions including the supply of essential nutrients. However, the molecular mechanisms which enable the interactions between animals and their symbiotic microbiome are not yet well understood. Read more
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