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University of Nottingham, Future Food Beacon of Excellence PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 5 University of Nottingham, Future Food Beacon of Excellence PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Development of novel plant-based vaccines for prevention of poultry viral disease: Newcastle disease
  Dr S Dunham, Dr K Kanyuka
Applications accepted all year round

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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a PhD to develop plant-based vaccines to protect against Newcastle disease, a virus disease of poultry with worldwide importance.
  Exploring diversity in the grain structure, composition and functionality of pearl millet
  Dr R Bhosale, Dr T Pellny
Applications accepted all year round

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The PhD student will explore the genetic diversity of grain structure, composition and functionality in Pearl Millet towards understanding the impact this has on food and beverage processing and nutritional quality.
  Risk assessment of sub-lethal insecticide exposure: new biomarkers and metrics in bees
  Dr R Stoger, Dr T Davies, Dr J Lim
Applications accepted all year round

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Are you interested in memory formation, flight-muscle performance and epigenetics? A 4-year PhD studentship is on offer to study these topics in a project with global relevance to sustainable agricultural ecosystem stability.
  TempR: Developing reproductive resilience to heat stress in rice.
  Prof Z Wilson, Dr S Heuer
Applications accepted all year round

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Flower development and seed set is critical for high-yielding crops. Pollen formation is extremely sensitive to temperature stress, resulting in male sterility and seed-set failure.
  Understanding hypoxia tolerance mechanisms for rice improvement
  Dr F Theodoulou, Dr D Wells
Applications accepted all year round

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We have an exciting new opportunity to help develop novel rice varieties to feed the world. Rice is the staple food for half of the world’s population, however there is a pressing need to develop rice varieties with improved germination and seedling establishment under anaerobic conditions.
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