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Identifying the Unknown: Application of Machine Learning Tools to Mass Spectrometry

Please be aware this is one of 3 competition funded projects to choose from, with the remaining two Projects linked below. https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/how-do-multiple-tidal-energy-sites-interact-and-do-any-ecological-impacts-worsen/?p140668. Read more

How do multiple tidal energy sites interact and do any ecological impacts worsen?

Please be aware this is one of 3 competition funded projects to choose from, with the remaining two Projects linked below. https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/building-to-breathe-a-modelling-study-of-the-impact-of-building-design-on-indoor-air-quality/?p140667. Read more

Building to breathe: a modelling study of the impact of building design on indoor air quality

Please be aware this is one of 3 competition funded projects to choose from, with the remaining two Projects linked below. https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/how-do-multiple-tidal-energy-sites-interact-and-do-any-ecological-impacts-worsen/?p140668. Read more

Development and optimisation of genetic tools for monitoring and managing the European otter (Lutra lutra) and American mink (Neovision vision) (Ref:WD_2021_08_WSCH)

Post summary. Background. Lough Carra, a marl lake in Co. Mayo is a site of national importance due to its high ecological and biodiversity value, and the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) were recently awarded EU LIFE funding to help conserve, protect and restore the site. Read more

How Do Minerals and Melts Transport Energy in Earth’s Deep Interior?

Summary. The transport properties of minerals and melts and high pressure and temperature govern Earth’s thermal evolution. In this project you will use high pressure, high temperature and high speed experiments to measure the transport behaviour of Earth’s deep interior. Read more

Structure - Reactivity Studies of New Green Solvents

Background. Environmental sustainability is an issue at the forefront of modern research efforts. Recent estimates suggest solvents account for the majority of waste produced by the chemical industry. Read more

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Distributed gamma dosimetry with fibre-optic cables (Cavendish Nuclear and University of Strathclyde)

  Research Group: CDT in Applied Photonics
This project will develop fibre-optic sensors for remote, distributed gamma dosimetry. The aim is to use state-of-the-art approaches in sensor hardware and software development to produce a measurement system which can distinguish between gamma ray energies over a high measurement range. Read more

The determinants and consequences of integrated reporting quality: An empirical analysis using worldwide voluntary adopters (Advert Reference: RDF22/BL/AFM/SOBHAN)

Every day we come across reports that business organisation fails to integrate sustainability into their core business model despite this integration is necessary to ensure sustainable returns to shareholders in the long run and accountability to stakeholders and society at large. Read more

PhD Studentship Opportunity: A novel ventilation-pollution nexus framework for offsetting carbon by smart indoor spaces

The considerable time people spend indoors has made indoor air quality (IAQ) more important than ever before. The biggest challenge is understanding the ventilation-pollution nexus as airtight buildings preserve energy but worsen the IAQ due to limited ventilation and vice-versa. Read more

Why do some lineages survive mass extinctions? A global research program in the era of an emerging human-induced mass extinction

Mass extinction events wipe out >75% of the planet’s biodiversity – the other quarter (or less), survives. Human-induced environmental change is dragging modern biodiversity into an emerging mass extinction that threatens the ecosystems we depend on. Read more

Understanding the effects of changing temperatures on seed dormancy, seed quality and seed conservation (PENFIELD_J22DTP2)

This project is a Joint-Studentship with Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew. Plants use temperature as an important signal to modulate seed dormancy and seed longevity, and thus changes to seed germination are a key factor in climate change-led extinction events in plants. Read more

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