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freshwater PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

We have 14 freshwater PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

Effects of Phenotypic Plasticity and/or Extreme Events on Ecological Dynamics

PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Effects of Phenotypic Plasticity and/or Extreme Events on Ecological Dynamics. The HartLab at the University of Queensland focuses on understanding why population sizes of plants and animals rise and fall. Read more
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Breaking the salt barrier: catalysts for efficient seawater electrolysis PhD

A viable path toward attaining energy sustainability is the production of green hydrogen using renewable energy sources. Nonetheless, conventional water electrolysis technologies predominantly rely on freshwater, exacerbating strain on already limited resources. Read more

10 PhD positions in the MSCA Doctoral Network PHABB

Our planet is mostly blue and mankind increasingly relies on the quality of our marine and freshwater bodies to produce our food and provide clean drinking water. Read more

125th Anniversary Scholarships for Black British Researchers - Mathematical modelling of biotechnologies for clean water

This project will use mathematical modelling to help optimise an exciting novel biotechnology for cleaning wastewater. The quality and quantity of freshwater has dramatically declined during the 21st century due to significant increase in agriculture, industry and other human activities. Read more

CDT (CDTS331) SuMMeR Studentship - Exploring factors underpinning resilience and identifying avenues for restoration of maerl beds, a priority habitat for marine conservation

Project Description. Similar to reefs formed by colony-building hard corals, maerl (coralline algae) needs sunlight to photosynthesise and can aggregate to form dense biogenic habitats, known as maerl beds (Figure 1), providing a 3-dimensional habitat on the seafloor. Read more

Investigating the impact of beaver on fish communities in Southern England

Supervisory Team: Paul Kemp, Andrew Vowles. PhD Supervisor: Paul Kemp. Project description. Beavers are ecosystem engineers capable of modifying rivers to benefit biodiversity and humans, e.g. Read more
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Piloting an ecological healthcare technology for the interruption of schistosomiasis transmission in a Madagascan coastal, rice-farming community

  Research Group: Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine
Schistosomiasis is a parasitic, neglected tropical disease that infects over 240 million people worldwide, 93% of whom live in sub-Saharan Africa. Read more
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