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Agricultural Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

We have 93 Agricultural Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

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Evolution Education Trust PhD project: Selection and the impact of molecular variation on fitness

The University of Bath is inviting applications for this PhD opportunity based at the. Milner Centre for Evolution. , a unique, cross-faculty research centre bridging biology, health and education. Read more

Supporting Scottish communities for a healthy and sustainable, local food system: the role of vertical farming

The Rowett Institute. has an international reputation for teaching and research in human nutrition and food science. As part of its funding through the Scottish government we are advertising a number of high-profile PhD studentships in nutrition, food science, microbiology and analytical chemistry. Read more

Scaling-Up Climate Resilient Food Production

The Rowett Institute. has an international reputation for teaching and research in human nutrition and food science. As part of its funding through the Scottish government we are advertising a number of high-profile PhD studentships in nutrition, food science, microbiology and analytical chemistry. Read more

The Soil Microbiome in Legume Rotations

Grain legumes (pulses) are an important arable break crop in the UK, fixing nitrogen through Rhizobia to benefit following crops, and providing a vital source of protein in food and feed. Read more

Can More Circular Systems Deliver Net Zero Agriculture And Other Environmental Benefits?

Following a recent ERANET-Cofund research call, Bangor University invites applications for a fully funded (Defra) three-year research PhD studentship assessing the effect of increased circularity on English and Welsh agriculture. Read more

Know your enemy: a mathematical framework for competition in bacterial communities

Bacteria are found in almost every facet of the natural and manmade worlds. Nearly all bacteria live in biofilms. Biofilms are social communities of microbial cells that underpin diverse processes including sewage bioremediation, plant growth promotion and plant protection, chronic infections and industrial biofouling. Read more

Insects: A Sustainable Novel Antimicrobial and Protein Source for Livestock

Food security is a global challenge and there is an urgent need to increase the protein supply from sustainable sources. Currently more than 80% of the protein requirements for livestock rearing in the EU is imported from non-EU countries. 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

Growing new commercial crops on the Island of Ireland to diversify farming and add value

This three-year PhD will optimise the cultivation of novel commercial crops, not previously been grown on the Island of Ireland. It will evaluate the impact of crop varieties and their management on the yield of bioactive compounds. Read more

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