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We understand that COVID-19 may be having significant impacts on the progress of our PhD students. Our DTP and NERC are working hard to minimise any detrimental effects. We are in regular contact with our students to provide the latest news and advice. Students and supervisors are free to contact the DTP team for further support.

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PhD Training in Environmental Science

Our aim is to attain new standards of excellence in environmental science research training and deliver a transformative inter-disciplinary experience for PhD students.

Our students are trained at 8 world-leading research institutions. These span very diverse areas of environmental science research, ranging from assessing contemporary environmental challenges to exploring complex questions about the evolution of planet Earth. To-date the London NERC DTP has funded over 200 PhD students.

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Satellites reveal how Bolivian Lake Poopó is dying – by undergraduate REP Lara Amusan

I have always been fascinated by how we can observe the changes on the Earth through our eyes in the sky – the many hundreds of satellites which daily orbit our Earth. So, I recently undertook the NERC Undergraduate Research Experience Placement (virtually!) at the Natural History Museum with supervisors Peter Grindrod and Joel Davis… Read More ›

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Megan McGrory’s article published in Journal of Physical Chemistry

DTP student, Megan McGrory’s (Cohort 4) journal article about her research on the refractive index of polystyrene beads as a function of temperature was published, open access, this year in Environmental Pollution (2020). Megan demonstrated a new contact-less technique for determining the refractive index of solid aerosol particles as a function of wavelength and temperature… Read More ›

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