Plant Science, in the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology, has gained international recognition for its teaching and research in physiological and forest genetics, and in the evolution and ecology of the Australian flora, supported by outstanding molecular and plant growth facilities.
We are seeking applicants for each of two PhD projects in climate change impacts on the productivity of terrestrial ecosystems, both based in Tasmania. Scholarship applications are due on 25 March 2015. Each scholarship is valued at $25,849 p.a. (2015 rate), with the possibility of a $5,000 p.a. top-up for suitably qualified candidates.
Authorised by the Head of School, Biological Sciences
15 September, 2014