Opportunity for funded industrial collaboration PhD Scholarship at TARRC

Biotechnology Lab at TARRCOpportunity for funded industrial collaboration PhD Scholarship:

The impact of grafting in commercial rubber tree production

An opportunity is available for a iCASE studentship associated with the Midlands Integrative Bioscience Training Partnership – a BBSRC-funded doctoral training programme. The successful applicant will undertake an interdisciplinary project in collaboration with experts at the University of Warwick and Tun Abdul Razak Research Centre in the UK. It is expected that results obtained from this project on how rootstock-scion interactions are able to influence genetic and epigenetic responses in creating rubber tree phenotypic variation will be of crucial importance for future natural rubber production.

For further information and eligibility please visit: www2.warwick.ac.uk

Warwick University


14th March 2016
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