Current 2020 REP projects


Current projects
Applications will open on 21st May 2021 and the deadline for applications will be 7th June 2021.  The 4 Envision projects will be posted below. 

Understanding the genetic basis of asparagine accumulation during environmental stress and its impact on food quality

Lead supervisor: Dr Mark Wilkinson (mark.wilkinson@rothamsted.ac.uk) and Professor Nigel Halford (nigel.halford@rothamsted.ac.uk) Location: Rothamsted Research Duration: 8 weeks A funded opportunity i… May 21, 2021turnerc Current REP projects Read More

How does increasing temperature and air pollution affect wildflower signalling to attract pollinators?

Lead supervisor: Dr Kirsti Ashworth (k.s.ashworth1@lancaster.ac.uk) Location: Lancaster Environment Centre (LEC) and UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH) Bangor Duration: 8-10 weeks (dependin… May 21, 2021turnerc Current REP projects Read More

Understanding the role of individual storms characteristics in coastal erosion of a soft cliff andshore platform open coast environment: the case of Happisburgh, U.K

Lead supervisor: Dr Riccardo Briganti (riccardo.briganti@nottingham.ac.uk) Location: University of Nottingham (UoN) and British Geological Survey (BGS) Duration: Approximately 10 weeks (depending on a… May 21, 2021turnerc Current REP projects Read More

Finding Volucella: the hunt for hoverflies that mimic bumblebees.

Lead supervisor: Dr Tom Reader (tom.reader@nottingham.ac.uk) Location: University of Nottingham (UoN) Duration: Approximately 6 weeks (depending on age and experience)   Paid summer research plac… May 21, 2021turnerc Current REP projects Read More