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[Met-jobs] Fully funded PhD studentship at Lancaster University and CEH Bangor

From "Ashworth, Kirsti" <k.s.ashworth1@lancaster.ac.uk>
To "met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk" <met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk>
Date Fri, 17 Nov 2017 08:18:10 +0000

Do biogenic VOCs protect plant productivity under multiple environmental stress?

During your PhD you will use a combination of experimental measurement and computer modelling to investigate the effect of future climate and air quality change on the yield and quality of a major global crop, as well as the synthesis  and emissions of protective volatile organic compounds. This will enable you to investigate the implications for food supply under various future scenarios and inform policy on this vital issue.

You should hold a minimum of a UK Honours degree at 2:1 level or equivalent in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Natural or Environmental Science, or a related discipline. Enthusiasm, self-motivation, curiosity and the ability to communicate to a range of audiences would all be distinctly advantageous.

The deadline for applications is 14th January 2018 and the studentship would commence in October 2018.

This studentship is part of the NERC ENVISION Doctoral Training Programme. Please see the project page for further details of the project and how to apply:

http://www.envision-dtp.org/2017/do-biogenic-vocs-protect-plant-productivity-under-multiple-environmental-stress/

Please note: I only work mornings so there may be a delay in my response to your message
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Dr Kirsti Ashworth
Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Research Fellow
Lancaster Environment Centre
Lancaster University

Office: B511 LEC1
Tel: +44 (0)1524 593 970
Skype: kirsti.ashworth
Web: http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/lec/about-us/people/kirsti-ashworth

Chair of iLEAPS Early Career Scientists Network
www.ileaps.org

Member of Royal Society of Chemistry
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