Assessing the ecological vulnerability of natural defences and risks to agricultural land following seawater flooding
University of Plymouth PhD opportunity beginning on 1 October 2018 in the School of Biological and Marine Sciences. Project title: Assessing the ecological vulnerability of natural defences and risks to agricultural land following seawater flooding.
University helps partner secure doctorate awarding status
A long-standing partnership between the University of Plymouth and the Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences has enabled a German institution to gain independent PhD awarding powers
Derriford Research Facility: research teams
University of Plymouth: Supporting PhD studentships will help to fuel the 'world-leading' research undertaken at the University's Derriford Research Facility
How do we protect our native bee species?
Plymouth University news: Dr Mairi Knight and Andrew Brown of the B4 Project write about our local bee populations in the South West and a collaboration established to understand their diversity and decline
Physicists awarded funding to enhance our understanding of the universe
Plymouth University news: Theoretical physicists from the University of Plymouth have been awarded a Consolidated Grant from the Science and Technology Facilities Council to enhance our understanding of the world and the universe that surrounds us
Plymouth University research - current opportunities in MBERC
Communities need greater involvement in measures to protect marine environment - study
Plymouth University news: The continued social acceptability of marine conservation measures in the UK could be reliant on increased engagement with the industries and stakeholders they are designed to benefit, a study by Plymouth University suggests
Details of University of Plymouth PhD studentships which are affiliated or relevant to the Sustainable Earth Institute
Postgraduate autism researcher shortlisted for national award
Plymouth University news: A postgraduate student whose research focuses on team working in the diagnosis of autism is one of six PhD students vying to win the Vitae Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition
Postgraduate research studentships
University of Plymouth: Funding opportunities at the University of Plymouth for postgraduate research degrees including PhD, MPhil, ResM and professional doctorate programmes.