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We have 47 Biodiversity PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

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Biodiversity PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

We have 47 Biodiversity PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

Biodiversity gains in churchyards as a microcosm for UK biodiversity gains

Primary Supervisor. Prof Colin Beale (Department of Biology). Co-Supervisors. Prof Victoria Wells & Dr Julie Rugg (School for Business and Society), Prof Kate Giles (Department of Archaeology, Centre for the Study of Christianity & Culture). Read more

Biodiversity gains in churchyards as a microcosm for UK biodiversity gains

Primary Supervisor. Prof Colin Beale (Department of Biology). Co-Supervisors. Prof Victoria Wells & Dr Julie Rugg (School for Business and Society), Prof Kate Giles (Department of Archaeology, Centre for the Study of Christianity & Culture). Read more

Biodiversity gains in churchyards as a microcosm for UK biodiversity gains

Primary Supervisor. Prof Colin Beale (Department of Biology). Co-Supervisors. Prof Victoria Wells & Dr Julie Rugg (School for Business and Society), Prof Kate Giles (Department of Archaeology, Centre for the Study of Christianity & Culture). Read more

Role of symbiotic microbes of phytoplankton in future ocean carbon storage and productivity

Marine phytoplankton has a key impact on global carbon and nitrogen cycles. However, their growth is strongly influenced by other smaller microbes, such as bacteria and fungi, that live in the ‘phycosphere’. Read more

The Human Past in Wetland Conservation and Restoration

The University of Aberdeen is an internationally recognised centre for excellence for research addressing the global challenges of energy transition, environment and biodiversity, social inclusion and cultural diversity, health, nutrition and wellbeing, and data and artificial intelligence. Read more

Exploiting raptor genome sequences to combat wildlife crime

Birds of prey have suffered persecution for centuries through trapping, shooting, poisoning and theft from the wild to meet the demand from egg collectors and falconers; they were also amongst the earliest beneficiaries of DNA testing in wildlife forensics. Read more

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