As part of the STARS training programme, cohort 1 attended the European Geoscience Union (EGU) assembly this April, accompanied by STARS director, Phil Haygarth. As well being able to appreciate the breadth of science presentations at the week-long event, STARS students were more deeply involved, co-convening a session in the Soil Systems Science division of […]
STARS is excited to be planning a conference for all its students and supervisors at the Low Wood Bay, Windermere, 15th-17th January 2019. More information to follow.
A funded opportunity is available for an undergraduate student (subject to eligibility, see below) to be part of the Multi-Land Project at Bangor University (http://www.nrn-lcee.ac.uk/multi-land/). The opportunity will contribute to research conducted by PhD student, Bid Webb, and will investigate the relationship between tree species and hydrology and implications for natural flood risk management. The […]
A funded opportunity is available for an undergraduate student (subject to eligibility, see below) to undertake a research placement at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (www.ceh.ac.uk), Lancaster Environment Centre during the summer of 2018. The project will explore the resilience of UK agriculture to extreme flooding events. For this work we follow the response […]
A funded opportunity is available for an undergraduate student (subject to eligibility, see below) to be part of the molecular microbial ecology group (MMEG) at Rothamsted Research’s site in Harpenden during the summer of 2018. The placement will last between 8 and 10 weeks, begining mid-July and is expected to end September (exact dates are […]