Research Scholarship available on International Wildlife Trade
1st February 2018
A new Vice Chancellor’s Research Scholarship is being offered for anyone with a research interest or expertise in the field of online illegal wildlife trade.
The annual stipend is £14,553 plus Home/EU fees and the project will be under the supervision of Dr David Roberts at DICE on the ‘identification of internet-based illegal wildlife trade through machine learning’.
Those with a good degree in Bioinformatics, Computing, Engineering, Mathematics, Conservation Science or a related subject are encouraged to apply by February 28th.
Full eligibility criteria and details on how to apply are available here.