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Research

Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP)

Possible funded MIBTP projects

Start date: October 2023. Applications now live. 

  • How Do Crops Respond to Combined Biotic and Abiotic Stress? – Implications for Integrated Pest Management - Dr Andrew Beacham

 

  • Follow the light: Modifying pest and beneficial behaviour in vertical farming by altering the growth environment - Dr Andrew Beacham

 

  • Developing novel biostimulant products based on Black Soldier Fly by-products for sustainable agriculture - Dr Joe Roberts

 

  • Can Rapid Detection of Airborne Volatile Organic Compounds Improve Animal Welfare, Meat Quality and Meat Safety in Abattoir Environments? - Dr Karim Farag

 

 

 

  • The impact of regenerative agriculture on mechanisms underlying above-belowground interactions - Dr Simon Jeffery

 

  • Productivity, natural pest control, and arable plants in population wheat. What are the tradeoffs compared with single varieties? - Dr Nicola Randall

 

  • Sainfoin as an alternative legume forage to support livestock health, biodiversity, and reduced emissions - Dr Nicola Randall

 

N.B. If you wish to apply to a non-specified MIBTP project, please contact the Postgraduate Research Office to discuss further.

  

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