This programme aims to understand and address the challenges that China’s ecosystems are facing from population and industrial growth, such as degradation of soil and water scarcity, within the framework of the critical zone, the portion of the earth that supports life.
This research area aims to demonstrate the correctness of systems and covers both formal and software verification.
Studies of the biology and psychology of human vision, hearing and other senses, to underpin design and implementation of human-computer interfaces.
We aim to explore the biodiversity of Indonesia’s Wallacea region to better understand tensions in land use and the adaptation of biodiversity in response to environmental change. This programme seeks solutions to support the management, restoration, rehabilitation and exploitation of the region.
This programme promotes the UK’s expertise in the water sector and allows UK research providers and users to network and share knowledge.
Design or optimisation of technologies relating to water resource management, treatment and distribution systems (including waste water and sewerage).
Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) is committed to ensuring high standards of welfare for all managed animals including farmed, laboratory, and companion. We encourage research that seeks to understand and promote the welfare of managed animals in the UK.
The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) is a member of the Wheat Initiative. It provides a framework to establish strategic research and organisation priorities for wheat research at an international level.
This research area aims to develop cohesion and understanding of Whole Energy Systems and specifically the whole UK energy system.
The programme aims to tackle the evidenced year-on-year inequalities faced by Black, Asian and minority ethnic students in postgraduate research, by funding projects that improve access and participation.