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We have 75 Agriculture PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in the UK

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Agriculture PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in the UK

We have 75 Agriculture PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in the UK

Funded Studentship for Applicants with a Link to Cumbria (KEN24/MPEE/HOWATSON)

This opportunity is only available to students classed as UK students. International students are not eligible. Northumbria University is delighted to offer fully-funded three year studentships specific to applicants who have a link to Cumbria. Read more

How does agricultural crime affect the psychological health of farmers: a longitudinal exploration of the impact of victimisation on UK farmers

Agricultural crime is a fact of life for British farmers. While no official figures exist for this type of crime, key rural stakeholders such as NFU Mutual publish regular indicators of the level of the problem. Read more

Circular production of phosphorous fertiliser – anaerobic digestate matrix effects on recovery efficacy

Introduction to research area. The application of animal slurries and anaerobic digestates to land to provide crop nutrients is facing ever increasing regulatory constraints influencing how they are stored and spread to land. Read more

Understanding the soil microbiome under controlled light conditions

Our research group is working within a consortium that is testing semi-transparent solar installations on crop growth-houses, to enhance biological and financial resilience in protected farming. Read more

Self-funded MSc R- Sublethal effects of novel insecticides on a beneficial parasitoid wasp and the implications for biological control

Broad-spectrum chemical insecticides such as neonicotinoids are a major cause of beneficial insect declines globally. In response to this, bans and restrictions on neonicotinoid use have been implemented on a global scale in an attempt to reverse trends in insect biodiversity loss. Read more

Self funded PhD in Biology: Novel approaches for valorisation of seaweed biomass

Lead Supervisor. Dr T Tonon (Department of Biology). Co-Supervisor. Dr Leonardo Gomez (Department of Biology). Context. Seaweeds are crucial to maintain biodiversity in coastal environments and to support livelihood of some coastal communities. Read more

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