Applications are open for a number of PhD Agricultural PhD Projects
Applications are now open for University of Tasmania PhD projects in a wide range of Agricultural research topics
This years PhD projects are now open and with topics ranging from Backpacks on Bees to the production of Industrial Hemp there is something for everyone.
The following projects require PhD Candidates. Interested applicants should forward enquiries to the nominated contact person - Applications for scholarships should be made via Apply Now.
For more information on each project please click on the title and you will be taken directly to the information page for that project.
Aroma and Flavour Chemistry that underpins quality of Tasmanian apples post-harvest
Bio-prospecting Tasmanian Native Plants for Horticultural Production of Secondary Compunds of Flavour and Aroma Value
Capturing Light for Fruit Production: Use of LIDAR to understand carbohydrate ecophysiology
Classical Biocontrol of Eucalyptus Leaf Beetles: A world perspective
Fine Mapping and Identification of Candidate Genes for Salinity Tolerance in Barley
From Water to Wine: Extraction of value from fruit and vegetable waste
Improving Grapevine Yield and Wine Quality Through Optimised Vine Nutrition and Pruning
Mapping Australian Cider Uniqueness for the Production of High Quality and Consistent Craft Cider
Monitoring Pollinator Efficacy and Hive Health of Honeybees Using Electronic Tagging
Optimising Nutrient Management for Improved Productivity and Fruit Quality in Cherries
Production and Quality of Industrial Hemp (Cannabis sativa) in Response to Water Regime
Towards implementation of novel interventions during carcase chilling
Published on: 20 Sep 2016 12:02pm