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Easton & Otley College

£22k - £30k per annum
 ...Agriculture Lecturer (Livestock Specialist) Full Time | Permanent | £22,000 - £30,000 per annum | Easton Campus Are you passionate about Agriculture? At Easton and Otley College we have an exciting opportunity as we are welcoming applications from skilled and experienced... 
10 days ago
Norwich, Norfolk

University of East Anglia

 ...Partner: The Woodland Trust Supervisor:  Dr Richard Davies ( ) Project description:  SCIENTIFIC BACKGROUND Intensive agriculture is a key driver of declines in pollinating insect diversity, abundance and pollination services. Ecological intensification to mitigate... 
a month ago
Norwich, Norfolk

Bushmead Farms

 ...including telephone work, writing letters and emails and maintaining manual and computer filing systems. o Working with specialised agricultural IT systems. Preferred skills: o Strong IT skills. o Good numeracy skills. o Be happy to work alone as well as part of a... 
a month ago
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Perfect Placement

 ...Moday To Friday - 09:30 - 14:30, Saturday on Rota ~ Cambridge Area ~ Competitive Salary Based on Experience Our client an agriculture business in the Cambridge area is currently looking to hire a Showroom Assistant to join their team. You will be responsible for... 
a month ago
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

 ...genetics, chemistry and biology of plant and microbial natural products, cell biology, biotic interactions of plants and the interface of agriculture and the natural environment. The breadth of our current portfolio can be seen on our website  . The JIC offers access to a... 
a month ago
Norwich, Norfolk

AllHires

 ...all aspects of the construction and property industry - development and investment, planning, secured lending, landlord and tenant, agricultural and residential.  We have developed a reputation for having one of the best regarded and largest dedicated property teams within... 
more than 2 months ago
Norwich, Norfolk

University of East Anglia

 ...addition, it will provide the potential for new methods of sustainable pest management. Many species of Coccoidea are aggressive pests of agriculture and horticulture and better control methods are highly desirable. Sex-pheromones are successfully used for controlling a number of... 
a month ago
Norwich, Norfolk

University of East Anglia

 ...to cost Britain £15 billion.  Understanding the interaction between hosts and pathogens is fundamental to the prosperity of our agricultural and wild environments, particularly because climate change is likely to allow pathogens to colonise new regions. The ash dieback system... 
a month ago
Norwich, Norfolk

University of East Anglia

 ...Supervisor: Prof Charles Brearley ( people.uea.ac.uk/c_brearley ) Project description:  A growing world population demands that agricultural production is managed sustainability. A major threat is our over-reliance for fertilizer on rock phosphate that is a dwindling and... 
a month ago
Norwich, Norfolk

University of East Anglia

 ...impacting food supplies. Ensuring future food security will require understanding how climate change will affect crop yields in different agricultural systems and the design of appropriate measures for adaptation. Oilseed rape is an important crop in Europe, but its yield is... 
a month ago
Norwich, Norfolk

University of East Anglia

 ...genomes. Very little of this process is known in key insect pests and it is of particular importance for effectively tackling serious agricultural pests such as the medfly (Ceratitis captita). This is an extreme generalist whose larvae can thrive in over 350 different host... 
a month ago
Norwich, Norfolk

University of East Anglia

 ...of great practical importance and is also one of the clearest demonstrations of natural selection in action. In both medicine and agriculture, the emergence of resistant genotypes poses a serious challenge to control of infectious diseases. Knowledge about the mechanisms and... 
a month ago
Norwich, Norfolk

University of East Anglia

 ...funded CASE studentship in the laboratories of Antony Dodd and Steven Penfield at the John Innes Centre, in collaboration with vertical agriculture R&D company LettUs Grow. The project aim is to use fundamental science to increase the consistency and uniformity of crop... 
a month ago
Norwich, Norfolk

University of East Anglia

 ...Directives. Over recent decades river phosphate has declined through improved sewage treatment, but nitrogen, arising mostly from diffuse agricultural sources, is not decreasing similarly. This PhD is an exciting opportunity to advance understanding of how increased N:P ratios... 
a month ago
Norwich, Norfolk

University of East Anglia

 ...Greenworld Sales Ltd Supervisor: Professor Brian Reid ( ) Project description:  SCIENTIFIC BACKGROUND Over the last century, agriculture has caused soil erosion and the loss of soil organic carbon on an enormous scale. These losses have damaged the delivery key soil... 
a month ago
Norwich, Norfolk