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PhD Studentship: Royal Society Funded Studentship on Insect Biomechanics

The University of Lincoln is offering one fully funded PhD studentship in connection to a four-year Royal Society funded project on the biomechanics of small jumping insects. Read more

The impact of Forestry on Golden Eagles in Scotland

Golden Eagles in Scotland have largely recovered from historically low levels over the past two centuries but their distribution is still constrained by persecution and habitat loss across parts of their former range. Read more
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Offshore wind farms effects on ocean fronts and seabirds

  Research Group: Institute of Life and Earth Sciences
The UK is a global leader in marine renewables, and offshore wind farms (OWFs) are predicted to expand rapidly in future. However, potential deleterious biodiversity impacts mean we must do more to quantify and mitigate such effects and guide policy decisions. Read more

Fin, heart and muscle regeneration in zebrafish

The zebrafish research group of Prof. Anna Jazwinska at the Department of Biology, University of Fribourg, Switzerland. is looking for a motivated PhD student with an interest in. Read more

Conservation of pollinator biodiversity and sustainable management of pollination services in agroecosystems

Wild and managed pollinators provide a wide range of benefits to society in terms of contributions to food security, farmer and beekeeper livelihoods, social and cultural values, as well as the maintenance of wider biodiversity and ecosystem stability. Read more

PhD Studentship in Ecology - Investigating the assembly of plant and animal communities following wildfire: an ecological network approach

Overview. Wildfire naturally drives biodiversity patterns globally through heterogeneous disturbance regimes (Kelly & Brotons 2017), but there is growing evidence that climate change (and a range of other factors) is increasing wildfire frequency and severity in many parts of the world (Flannigan et al. Read more
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Evaluating environmental and economic implications of management measures for the UK scallop fishery

  Research Group: Institute of Life and Earth Sciences
We are seeking a highly motivated PhD candidates with demonstrable strong numerical and computer coding skills from various backgrounds, including mathematics, statistics, marine fisheries, marine ecology, environmental sciences or social sciences. Read more

Effects of forest diversity on aquatic-terrestrial linkages and processes

Tree species, functional and genetic diversity is known to mediate ecosystem processes and functioning of the forest ecosystems. However, natural ecosystems are connected to each other through the flow of species, energy and elements. Read more

Self-funded research project: Quality-distance trade-offs in resource-sharing networks of wood ants

Self-funded MSc by Research. Quality-distance trade-offs in resource-sharing networks of wood ants. Background. Many animals collect resources and defend them from others; peaceful sharing of resources between groups is very rare. Read more

Ecosystem functioning: a Southern and Northern Hemisphere freshwater comparison

Project Background. Freshwater ecosystems provide key ecosystem services but are among the most threatened globally due to pollution, eutrophication, overexploitation, land-use change and invasive species (Dudgeon et al. Read more

HFSP funded studentship on the evolution of insect sperm form and function

University of Lincoln is offering one fully-funded PhD studentship in connection to a three-year Human Frontiers Science Program project entitled “The evolution of sperm cell shape and motion”. Read more

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