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Ecology & Conservation PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

We have 380 Ecology & Conservation PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

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We have 380 Ecology & Conservation PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

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4 Year Fully-Funded PhDs in Biological Sciences, from the South Coast Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership (SoCoBio DTP) for October 2022

The South Coast Biosciences (SoCoBio) is a BBSRC-funded Doctoral Training Partnership offering a broad 4-year research training programme that provides the skills and experience needed by future bioscience leaders of academia or industry. Read more

4 Year Fully-Funded PhDs in Biological Sciences, from the South Coast Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership (SoCoBio DTP) for October 2022

The South Coast Biosciences (SoCoBio) is a BBSRC-funded Doctoral Training Partnership offering a broad 4-year research training programme that provides the skills and experience needed by future bioscience leaders of academia or industry. Read more

4 Year Fully-Funded PhDs in Biological Sciences, from the South Coast Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership (SoCoBio DTP) for October 2022

The South Coast Biosciences (SoCoBio) is a BBSRC-funded Doctoral Training Partnership offering a broad 4-year research training programme that provides the skills and experience needed by future bioscience leaders of academia or industry. Read more

4 Year Fully-Funded PhDs in Biological Sciences, from the South Coast Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership (SoCoBio DTP) for October 2022

The South Coast Biosciences (SoCoBio) is a BBSRC-funded Doctoral Training Partnership offering a broad 4-year research training programme that provides the skills and experience needed by future bioscience leaders of academia or industry. Read more

4 Year Fully-Funded PhDs in Biological Sciences, from the South Coast Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership (SoCoBio DTP) for October 2022

The South Coast Biosciences (SoCoBio) is a BBSRC-funded Doctoral Training Partnership offering a broad 4-year research training programme that provides the skills and experience needed by future bioscience leaders of academia or industry. Read more

Citizen science and the ecology of garden birds and mammals

Background. Globally, urbanisation represents a major process of landscape-scale habitat change. Urbanisation is typically associated with both reductions in biodiversity and altered patterns of species’ behaviour. Read more

Rice farming and rodent-borne zoonoses

This project is available through the MIBTP programme. The successful applicant will join the MIBTP cohort and will take part in all of the training offered by the programme. For further details. Read more

ACCE DTP fully funded studentship - Earthworms as ploughs and bioreactors: optimising management for sustainable soils

Earthworms are ecosystem engineers; burrowing significantly impacts soil causing substantial particle movement, influencing soil physical properties and affecting many soil ecosystem services including food production, water retention and carbon storage. Read more

Hybridization and climate change in Alpine orchids (BYERS_UJIC22ARIES)

Project Background. Hybrid populations of orchids in the European Alps produce a “natural laboratory” that enables us to study adaptive evolution in response to rapid environmental change. Read more

EASTBIO Applying deep learning for automated monitoring of flowers, pollinators and pests

  Research Group: Institute of Evolutionary Biology
This is a CASE-funded project supported with £4k p.a. additional stipend and £6k p.a. research costs from Syngenta. . Counting organisms is crucial in many areas of biology but costs and safety concerns often limit the type and quantity of habitat that human surveyors can monitor. Read more

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