ARIES (Advanced Research and Innovation in the Environmental Sciences) is a new Doctoral Training Partnership with the mission “to train postgraduate research students (PGRs) with excellent potential from across society, equipping them with the necessary skills to become 21st Century Scientists: leaders in the science and sustainable business of the natural environment.”
ARIES is funded from the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and is an extensive world-class partnership integrating 59 partners from universities, research institutes and end users. ARIES is built upon scientific excellence within five overlapping research themes:
The following links take you to details of each studentship on the ARIES website. After viewing the studentship, return to this website to view the ‘How to apply’ section.
Collaboration award with Oil Spill Response Ltd (MCKEW E20ARIES) Dr Boyd McKew (UoE), Professor Terry McGenity (UoE), Dr Rob Holland (OSRL Ltd)
CASE award with Anglian Water Services Limited
Dr Corinne Whitby (UoE), Dr Phillippe Laissue (UoE), Professor Richard Thompson (Plymouth University), Dr Mayes (UEA)
CASE award with Centre for Environment Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas)
Dr Michelle Taylor (UoE), Dr Oliver Hogg (Cefas), Dr Rebecca Ross (Institute of Marine Research, Norway)
Dr Eoin O’Gorman (UoE), Dr Simeon Hill (British Antarctic Survey), Dr Michelle Taylor (UoE), Dr Hollyman (British Antarctic Survey)
Send an email to Emma Revill email@example.com by 6 January 2020 with:
If you have any questions please contact any member of the supervisory team.
ARIES offers an exciting training package to support you during your PhD and in your career choices post study.
As well as ARIES opportunities, you can also benefit from Proficio, our University's unique professional development scheme for doctoral students. You receive up to £2,500 during your studies to fund specialist training across a range of areas from research skills and managing a PhD, to presenting work and getting published.
ARIES also offers advanced training courses to other PhD students at partner universities. Students don't need to be in receipt of a studentship to participate.