PhD position at TU Bergakademie Freiberg in Germany.
”Biomimetics and Natural Systems for an Effective Detection of Polar Pharmaceuticals, Pesticides and Other Bioactive Xenobiotics and Their Removal from Surface Waters”
More information is available here.
PhD student in environmental chemistry – focus on toxicokinetic modeling. Umeå University, VU and Swetox. Deadline April 5
More information here.
Konsult med naturvetenskaplig kompetens på Toxintelligence, Stockholm.
Läs annonsen här.
PhD project on exposure to FRs from E-waste treatment in Africa. Start: September 2018. Deadline: March 23, 2018.
Please see attached project for which funding is available from this September for 3.5 years.
1. Apply directly via the University of Birmingham Postgraduate application system, the Postgraduate portal, by clicking ‘Apply online’ on the Towards Sustainable E-waste Treatment in Africa project that you can find by clicking on the link here (all the projects are listed, so you need to scroll through them all, or search for it via my name in the Supervisor list).
2. Within the application, at the ‘Programmes open for Admission’ page, please select ‘PhD Global Challenges FT’.
3. Please detail the advertised supervisor (Stuart Harrad) and project title (Towards Sustainable E-waste treatment in Africa) under the ‘Research Information’ section of the application form.
4. Please note, as a standard application process, you will be asked to submit a proposal as part of your application. Please complete ”Global Challenges PhD Scholarship: Scholarship: Towards Sustainable E-waste Treatment in Africa” for this section as you will be applying for an established project by the supervisor.
You can use our advice and guidance pages as you complete your application. Applications should include a statement of research interests. We encourage you to contact prospective supervisors informally to discuss the project.
Successful applicants are expected to start their research project from September 2018..