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AI4Missions PhD Scholarship: Environmental risk factors for antimicrobial resistance – Deadline 31 March 2023

The Opportunity ​​​​​​Enhance your PhD studies and kickstart your research career with a CSIRO AI for Missions PhD scholarship Work alongside leading data scientists and engineers in real life projects aimed at solving Australia’s biggest challenges.  Our scholarship students are the next generation research leaders in data science who progress to a diverse range of careers […]

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PhD Position in Microbial Natural Products Chemistry – Deadline 31 January 2023

About Fundación MEDINA Fundación MEDINA is a Research Organization established in the Health Sciences Technology Park, Granada (Spain) as a private-public partnership between the Government of Andalucía (Spain), the University of Granada and Merck Sharp and Dohme de España S.A. MEDINA is an independent and non-profit entity with innovative research collaborations and contracts with academic […]

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PhD position within Governance of Offshore Renewable Energy – Deadline 15 January 2023

General information The appointment is made in accordance with State regulations and guidelines at UiT. At our website, you will find more information for applicants. A shorter period of appointment may be decided when the PhD Fellow has already completed parts of their research training programme or when the appointment is based on a previous qualifying position PhD Fellow, research assistant, or […]

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PhD position: Linking organism traits to ecosystem service mapping to inform natural capital-based management approaches to the offshore marine environment – Deadline 17 January 2023

Lead Supervisor: Mel Austen (melanie.austen@plymouth.ac.uk) 2nd Supervisor: Joanne Preston (joanne.preston@port.ac.uk) Associate Partner: The Crown Estate (www.thecrownestate.co.uk)   Project Description Transitional and coastal waters support a suite of ecosystem services that provide benefits and are increasingly being developed and exploited. Some efforts to restore ecosystems that provide services, such as seagrass, saltmarsh, and oyster reefs are […]

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PhD position: Linking organism traits to ecosystem service mapping to inform natural capital-based management approaches to the offshore marine environment – Deadline 17 January 2023

Lead Supervisor: Kerry Howell (Kerry.howell@plymouth.ac.uk) 2nd Supervisor: Craig Robertson (craig.robertson@bangor.ac.uk) Associate Partner: Joint Nature Conservation Committee (https://jncc.gov.uk)   Project Description Increasing human use of the marine environment and competition for space from industries such as fishing, aquaculture, marine renewables, mining, oil and gas extraction and cable laying, have led to significant challenges of habitat loss […]

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PhD position: Combining local fisheries knowledge with novel ecological survey methods to identify and understand critical elasmobranch habitats and their threats – Deadline 17 January 2023

Lead Supervisor: Emma Sheehan (emma.sheehan@plymouth.ac.uk) 2nd Supervisor: Rachel turner (r.turner@exeter.ac.uk) Associate Partner: Natural England (https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/natural-england)   Project Description Elasmobranchs (sharks, skates and rays) are an iconic groups of species, however, overfishing and poor management has driven around 40% of NE Atlantic species to be threatened with extinction. MPAs represent an effective conservation strategy, however, to […]

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PhD position: Developing a novel system to monitor the status of coastal ecosystems in South West England using a complementary approach: from remote sensing to marine top predators – Deadline 17 January 2023

Lead Supervisor: Luis Huckstadt (l.huckstadt@exeter.ac.uk) 2nd Supervisor: Lauren Biermann (lbi@pml.ac.uk) Associate Partner: Cornwall Wildlife Trust (www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk)   Project Description Marine top predators have long been proposed to have the potential to serve as ‘sentinel species’ yet most of our efforts to gather ecosystem-level information from marine top predators remain limited to linking variability in individual […]

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PhD position: Fisheries governance in an inclusive and sustainable blue economy – Deadline 17 January 2023

Lead Supervisor: Louisa Evans (louisa.evans@exeter.ac.uk) 2nd Supervisor: Mel Austen (melanie.austen@plymouth.ac.uk) Associate Partner: DEFRA (https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-for-environment-food-rural-affairs) and Marine Management Organisation (https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/marine-management-organisation)    Project Description The blue economy is expected to double in value to USD 3 trillion by 2030, globally. Rapid expansion of diverse sectors (aquaculture, coastal tourism, shipping, mining and offshore renewables) can displace or dispossess ‘traditional’ maritime […]