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

We have 7,391 PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in the UK

Incorporating modelling and data to understand forest dynamics in a changing world

Climate change and changes in atmospheric composition are driving big changes in the lives of trees across the world’s forests. In many places, these changes are expected to make trees grow more quickly. Read more

Does competition between hydrogen and methane consumption by soil microbes lead to climate impacts?

Summary. Emissions of hydrogen (H2) can act as a secondary greenhouse gas that distorts the atmospheric methane (CH4) sink. Soil bacteria can utilise H2 and CH4, but ecological mechanisms underpinning this competition remain poorly understood. Read more

Can habitat restoration deliver effective mitigation for marine and estuarine fish?

Numerous restoration projects are currently seeking to reverse losses of seagrass, saltmarsh and other coastal habitats. These habitats are considered to be important nurseries for juvenile fish and therefore critical for sustaining coastal fish populations. Read more

Aquatic emissions of carbon dioxide and methane and their controls using land, water and airborne measurements.

This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic research team from the UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology and the University of Edinburgh to investigate what controls greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from aquatic systems. Read more

Microneedle delivery systems for minimally-invasive patient diagnosis/monitoring

In this project, a novel type of integrated system will be investigated that will by-pass the skin barrier. On its surface will be multiple microscopic needles that pierce the skin without causing any pain – the sensation is said to feel like a cat’s tongue or sharkskin. Read more

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