Dr Erinn Fagan-Jeffries 2020 Winner of SA Science Awards – PhD Research Excellence
We are delighted Dr Erinn Fagan-Jeffries has been recognised for her PhD in discovering and describing new species of parasitoid wasps to better document and understand our biodiversity. Dr Fagan-Jeffries completed her PhD at the University of Adelaide in 2019 and is dedicated to discovering and describing new species of parasitoid wasps to better document and understand […]
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How much do we know about very own impact on the oceans?
Are human-induced stressors on our oceans interacting in more complex ways than we first thought? A special guest, blog post by PhD candidate Jackson Stockbridge. As undergraduate students and keen documentary viewers, we are often shown maps and figures which paint a grim picture of our impact on the ocean. Between overfishing, pollution and climate […]
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ARC Funded PhD Opportunities in Past Climate Change
Sprigg Geobiology Centre and Department of Earth Sciences, University of Adelaide have two opportunities available for PhD students. Currently, there are two ARC Discovery projects related to climate change and lake sediments, which requires at least two PhD candidates. The projects will be working alongside Dr. Jonathan Tyler, Associate Prof. John Tibby and Dr. Cameron […]
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PhD Student opportunities available in remote sensing
Online applications for PhD stipends (RPTS) are now open through the University of Adelaide. The following higher degree research opportunities are available for domestic students who are interested in being supervised by experts in the field of remote sensing. Remote sensing of ecosystem function The PhD will investigate temporal physiological behaviour of key floodplain tree species […]
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PhD Student Nicole Foster receives Max Day Award
Congratulations to PhD student Ms Nicole Foster from the University of Adelaide, Marine Biology Program who was one of two, 2019 recipients of the Australian Academy of Science Max Day Environmental Science Fellowship Award. The award provides up to $20,000 for early-career researchers working on the conservation of Australia’s flora and fauna, the ecologically sustainable […]
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