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2024 PhD CALL FOR APPLICATIONS IS NOW OPEN

Deadline for applications: June 17, 2024

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FutureData4EU - CALL FOR APPLICATIONS IS OPEN! Deadline on June 28th, 2024, 2pm

The fully funded FutureData4EU program is aimed at ambitious graduates and researchers eager to acquire advanced skills in the field of data science and big data application. As part of our PhD Program, a doctoral position on "Big data for Water-Food-Energy-Sustainable Agriculture Nexus" is offered. Overview of the recruitment process, training modules, and the program's focus are reported at the following webpage.

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Transversal skills offered by Unibo

Take a look at the list of Transversal Skills/Competencies offered by Unibo. Please, consider that some activities are taught only in Italian.

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STAAA PhD students on Youtube DISTAL channel

3-Minutes-presentations taken during EU Green Week event organized by DISTAL are now available on DISTAL Youtube channel

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ARE YOU FROM INDUSTRY, SMES, RESEARCH INSTITUTES? DEVELOP YOUR RESEARCH PROJECTS WITH US!

Companies can establish joint research and training activities with our doctoral Programme, working on research topics of common interest.

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Open Science at the University of Bologna

The University of Bologna is involved in the process of developing an open, transparent, and shared science. It has included Open Science in its 2019-2021 strategical plan and has set out a University policy based on open access to research publications and data.

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Meet Mara Petruzzelli, STAAA PhD Student - Adequate school food environments for all

Mara Petruzzelli talks about the Laboratorio di Ristorazione Sostenibile. A living-lab participated by different stakeholders and promoted together with the Regione Emilia-Romagna to improve the sustainability of the collective catering sector, and in particular of school canteens, and aiming to mobilize different local actors to implement joint solutions.

Meet Martina Bordini, PhD Student - Improving chicken meat sustainability and quality

Chicken meat is the most widely consumed meat worldwide. Over the past 15 years, the poultry industry has faced the occurrence of meat defects that negatively impact the quality and nutritional value of chicken meat, compromising its overall sustainability. The objective of Martina's research is to explore the fundamental causes of these defects in chicken meat and potentially identifying biomarkers usable as a strategy to reduce their incidence level.

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