Ten PhD positions available in Atmospheric Science at the University of York

Ten funded PhD projects are available to start in October 2015. The projects will be based in the new Wolfson Atmospheric Chemistry Laboratories at the University of York.

We have a variety of  lab-, field- or computer-based projects, suitable for students from many different backgrounds (chemistry, physics, electronics, computer science, maths, engineering).

We have an open day for prospective PhD & masters students on 4th December, or simply get in touch via:



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